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Course Anglo-Saxon Archaeology

This course explores the archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England from the end of Roman Britain in the fifth century to...

Anglo-Saxon, Archaeology, hoard, sutton hoo view
Link Apocolocyntosis, Seneca

This link takes you to a translation of Seneca, Apocolocyntosis

Rome, Latin, Seneca view
Link Book of Mencius

English translation of Mencius' works by James Legge

Mencius, Confucianism, Confucius, Chinese philosophy view
Course Brief Lives: John Aubrey and the World of Seventeenth-Century Celebrity

This course investigates the biographical writings of John Aubrey and the lives of the people he wrote about, whether famous, infamous or now...

John Aubrey, Magic, Shakespeare view
Course Character In Modernist Fiction

“On or about December 1910," Virginia Woolf famously wrote, "human character changed". So too did characters in fiction. This course explores the...

The Novel, Fiction, Modernism view
Course Children`s Literature

This ten-week course offers a chance to explore the 'Golden Age' of Children's Literature. It examines the texts held to be the 'classic' stories...

Childhood, Fiction, Novels, peter pan, Wind in the Willows, Winnie the Pooh view
Course Cultural Anthropology

From the concept of cultural identity to the complexities of gender, race and religion, we explore key issues in the theory and practice of...

Society, Culture, Economy, Politics, Power, Religion, Tradition, Magic, Death view
Link Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen 1789

The full text of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen written by the Marquis de Lafayette with help from Thomas Jefferson. The...

French Revolution, Eighteenth Century, Political history, European history, History view
Link Dio Cassius, Book 59

This link takes you to a translation of Dio Cassius, Book 59

Rome, Latin, Caligula view
Course Early Modern Rationalism: Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz

Can we discover truths about the universe by reason alone, without relying on sensory experience? According to the rationalist philosophers of the...

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