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Weekly class: Weekly classes are part-time classes open to all. Topics are studied in depth over a period of 10 or 20 weeks. They are accredited at FHEQ level 4 and course work is an integral part of each syllabus. Got to the department website to see all our weekly classes.

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Course A Clash of Civilizations? Contemporary global Christian-Muslim relationships

***PLEASE NOTE: This class will be held at Ewert House and not as originally advertised*** Are Christianity and Islam forever destined to clash?...

Christianity, Interfaith, international relations, Islam, radicalisation view
Course A Special Relationship? Anglo-American relations from 1763 to the present

How did Britain’s relationship with the USA alter between the War of Independence and the war in Iraq, and why? We will examine whether it has,...

America, blighty, UK, USA view
Course A woman's work is never done? Women's work in England and Wales 1600-1914

This course traces the changing nature of women’s work, and the social and economic factors that shaped their...

Woman's work, work view
Course Africa: Cradle Of Humanity

As Charles Darwin rightly predicted, Africa is the cradle of humanity, not only of our own species but also of the very first members of our...

Africa, Archaeology, behavior, Evolution, hominin view
Course An Introduction to Javascript

This course is an introduction to the programming language called...

Javascript, programming, Introducing programming view
Course Ancient Greek 1

Ancient Greek is the language of Homer, Sophocles, Plato, the New Testament and many other texts. This class is designed for students with no...

Ancient Greek view
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
Course Applied Ethics

Should humans be enhanced? Can there be just wars? Is it always wrong to kill? These are some of the questions we will be asking on this course....

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Course Archaeology of Ancient Rome

What was life like in the ancient city of Rome? What did the buildings look like and how were they constructed and used? This five-week course...

Archaeology, Rome view
Course Art of the First World War

British art provides a marvellous insight into the First World War. We examine major war-artists: Nash, Nevinson, Sargent, and lesser-known ones...

Art, art history, C. R. W. Nevinson, Paul Nash view
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