Welcome to BARS

The British Association for Romantic Studies (BARS) was set up in 1989 by academics to promote the study of the cultural history of the Romantic period. Since then, BARS has organised biennial International Conferences at various locations across the UK, has published the BARS Bulletin and Review twice-yearly, and currently has more than 400 members.

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Romantic Studies Masters Degrees

University of Aberdeen: MLitt in English Literary Studies

Birkbeck, University of London: MA in Romantic Studies

University of Bristol: MA in Romantic and Victorian Literature

University of Cambridge: MPhil in Eighteenth-Century and Romantic Studies

University of Dundee: MLitt in English Studies

University of Durham: MA in Romantic and Victorian Literary Studies

University of Edinburgh: MSc in Romanticism

The School of English and American Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary: MA in English

Keele University: MA in English Literatures

King's College London and the British Museum: Interdisciplinary MA in Eighteenth-Century Studies

University of Lancaster: MA in Romantic and Victorian Literature

University of Lancaster: Ruskin Studies

University of Leeds: MA in Romantic Literature and Culture

University of Liverpool: English Renaissance and Eighteenth-Century Literature

Newcastle University: MA in English Literature 1500-1900

University of Nottingham: English Literature MA (Pathway in the Long Nineteenth Century)

University of Oxford: M.St. English (1700-1830 strand)

Queen Mary, University of London: Eighteenth Century Literature and Romanticism

Royal Holloway, University of London: MA English Literature

University of St Andrews: MLitt in Romantic/Victorian Studies

University of Sheffield: MA in the Eighteenth Century

University of Southampton: MA in Eighteenth-Century Studies

University of Stirling: The Gothic Imagination

University of Strathclyde: Masters in Literature, Culture and Place

University of Sussex: MA in Literature and Culture, 1700-1900

University of Wales, Bangor: MA/Diploma in English

University of Warwick: MA in Pan-Romanticisms

University of York: MA in Romantic and Sentimental Literature, 1770-1830

University of York: MA in Eighteenth Century Studies