Formed in 2005 the School of Histories and Humanities comprises the Departments of Classics, History, History of Art and the Centre for Gender and Women's Studies. The School enjoys an international research profile in a remarkable range of disciplines and subject areas, including archaeology, philosophy, Latin and Greek language and literature, classical, medieval and modern history, history of art and architecture and gender and women's studies. The school is directly associated with eight of Trinity's leading humanistic research centres. We offer many opportunities for both undergraduate and postgraduate study, including study programmes ranging from one term to one year for visiting international students. The school also has an exciting and diverse programme of extramural courses.
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