Protest & reform modules at British universities

I'm drawing up a list of all the modules about 18th and 19thC reform, popular protest, radicalism and labour history taught at British universities. Here's what I've found so far; if you know of any others, do comment and let me know.

University of Hertfordshire, 6HUM1102, [my module, of course], Popular Protest, Riot and Reform in Britain, 1760-1848, http://katrinanavickas.weebly.com/popular-protest.html, 
and its companion module, 6HUM0399, The Politics of Parliamentary Reform, 1760-1832, http://katrinanavickas.weebly.com/parliamentary-reform.html


University of Southampton, ‘HIST2065 Aristocracy to democracy? Political change in 19th century Britain’, http://www.southampton.ac.uk/humanities/undergraduate/modules/hist2065_aristocracy_to_democracy_political_change_in_19c_britain.page

University of Newcastle, ‘HIS3279 : Popular Politics and Reform in Britain, 1811-1850’, http://www.ncl.ac.uk/undergraduate/modules/module/HIS3279

University of Portsmouth, ‘In Darkest England: Culture, Conflict and the City, c.1790-c.1860’, https://port.rl.talis.com/lists/7C9004DE-F8FC-D1F6-CC85-381CA399F5CD.html

University of Hull, https://www.courses.hull.ac.uk/modules/1112/20190.html, ‘20190: Popular Protest in Britain and Ireland, 1790-1835’

University of Exeter, ‘Nineteenth Century Britain: Progress, Poverty and Protest’, http://education.exeter.ac.uk/dll/details.php?code=DLH01

University of Coventry, 274ISS, ‘200 Years of People Politics in Britain, 1800 – 2000’

University Campus Suffolk, ‘The Unquiet Countryside 1790-1890’, http://www.ucs.ac.uk/Courses/UG/History/History/Unquiet%20County.aspx

University of Kent, ‘Protest and Reform: Peterloo to the Chartists(c.1815-1850)’ - CM184

University of Manchester, HIST 31652, ‘Revolution, Reform, and Utopia: An Intellectual and Cultural History of British Radicalism’, http://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/2015/00255/history-3-years-ba/course-details/HIST31652

  University of Warwick, 'British Parliamentary and Electoral Politics, 1688-1832 (HI254'
http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi254/timetable 

University of Stirling, HISU9F6, 'Popular Politics in Eighteenth Century Britain', https://www.stir.ac.uk/arts-humanities/courses/modules/modules-history/level-10/

University of Aberystwth, HQ36630, 'British Society and the French Revolution, 1789-1803', http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/modules/deptfuture/index/?m=HQ36630



University of Northampton, HIS2001, ‘Power And Protest: British Society In The Long Eighteenth-Century’, http://redfir.admin.nene.ac.uk:7077/subject.aspx?SUBJECT=HISTORY&LEVEL=5&ACCPERIOD=0#HIS2001

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