Created by:  University of London, Royal Holloway, University of London

  • Dr Emmett Sullivan

    Taught by:  Dr Emmett Sullivan, Senior Tutor

    History Department, Royal Holloway, University of London
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 of 28 ratings

Highly recommended. I enjoyed revisiting important parts of History through iconic photographs and learning to look at them from a critical and analytical point of view. Mr. Sullivan was great in his lectures and the assignments were insightful. It was hard but well schedule. Many thanks

This is an excellent course and I have really enjoyed it. The topics covered are diverse and the course has provided me with several areas for further independent research.

This course is very informative and structural in learning the relation of films and history.

Fantastic course. I loved the examples of iconic photos which I had seen but now better understand their significance. I hadn't seen many of the Stalin photos, however. Its amazing how politicians can manipulate us ala George Orwell........