Studied history my whole life. Was a representative to prospective students/parents on the subject in school days. Have a degree (highest possible honours) in the subject from a Russell Group University in the United Kingdom.
Majority of my 2nd year research was based on American+African history from 1400-1900. When studying European history (notably the early modern period) it often intersected with the European relations with Asia too - the silk road, imperial rebellion, colonisation etc.
Also studied a lot of politics (highest possible mark aged 16-18) which focused on the Americas and Southern Asian systems.
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