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.Displaying 1 - 10 of 10
|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|
|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|
|A woman's work is never done? Women's work in England and Wales 1600-1914||Woman's work, work||view|
Helping any coach deepen their practice in various ways; enhancing intervention skills, better understanding clients' needs, drawing on evidence,...
|Coaching, Advanced coaching||view|
|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|
|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...
|Anglo-Saxon Archaeology||Anglo-Saxon, Archaeology, hoard, sutton hoo||view|
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....
|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...
|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|