A central mission of the Centre is ‘to foster the study of the Holocaust and these related subjects at an undergraduate and postgraduate level, to develop and disseminate advanced knowledge and reflection on the issues and values they raise.’
The Stanley Burton Centre contributes to a number of modules which are available to study whilst completing undergraduate courses within History at Leicester (modules shown represent choices available to current students. The range of modules available and the content of any individual module may change in future years):
- People and Places
- Europe 1861-1991: Emancipation and Subjugation
- Perceiving the Past
- Race and Ethnicity
- Stormtroops, Iron Guard and Arrow Cross: Fascism and Genocide in Eastern Europe, 1938-1945
- The Holocaust genocide in Europe (special subject)
- Mass Violence and Genocide in Europe and its Colonies before and after the Holocaust (special subject)
The Stanley Burton Centre offers a full- or part-time MA in History (Holocaust and Genocide Studies), exploring the cultural history and memory of crimes against humanity.
We are happy to supervise postgraduate students, including MA and PhD theses related to Holocaust and Genocide Studies. For further inquiries - including grant applications to the AHRC, ESRC and a number of PhD scholarships - please email us.