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Dr Anna Bocking-Welch MA, PHD

Lecturer in British and Imperial History History

    Teaching

    As well as contributing to a range of core modules, I also teach courses on humanitarianism within the British Empire and the impact of decolonisation on domestic Britain.

    I am happy to supervise projects relating to modern Britain, modern imperialism and post-imperialism, humanitarianism and philanthropy, development and internationalism. I have recently supervised work on the 1981 Immigration Act and the Hong Kong Chinese, press representations of the Suez Crisis, and the experience and representation of migrant orphans from the Liverpool Sheltering Home

    Modules for 2021-22

    HISTORY EXTENDED DISSERTATION

    Module code: HIST399

    Role: Teaching

    HISTORY MATTERS

    Module code: HIST105

    Role: Teaching

    LIFE AFTER EMPIRE: DECOLONISATION AND THE BRITISH PUBLIC, 1945 - PRESENT

    Module code: HIST213

    Role: Module Co-ordinator

    MODERN BRITAIN: DEMOCRACY, WAR, AND MODERNITY

    Module code: HIST116

    Role: Module Co-ordinator

    PRESENTING THE PAST

    Module code: HIST106

    Role: Teaching

    RESEARCH PROJECT DEVELOPMENT BY DIRECTED STUDY

    Module code: HLAC503

    Role: Teaching

    SOURCES OF CULTURAL HISTORY

    Module code: HIST520

    Role: Teaching

    THE HERITAGE OF SLAVERY

    Module code: HIST582

    Role: Teaching

    USES OF THE PAST: HISTORY IMPACT MODULE

    Module code: HIST320

    Role: Teaching