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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:
- Professional Training in the Historic Environment
As part of its capacity-building activities, English Heritage, in partnership with Oxford University Department for Continuing Education, is supporting a range of historic environment courses, particularly in areas where there are identifable skills gaps.
- Vernacular Architecture of Oxfordshire Towns and Villages
This introductory course in architectural history, based both in class and in the field, will study the historical development of Oxfordshire’s vernacular houses and the influences behind the county's diverse regional architectural styles.
- Places of Worship in Britain and Ireland, 1689-1840
The ‘long’ 18th century witnessed a diversification of Christian practice & the spread of toleration in religious across much of Britain, with the rise of new Nonconformist movements and the first steps towards formal acceptance of Roman Catholic worship.
- Conserving and Enhancing Historic Designed Landscapes
This course looks at impacts of developments on the significance of historic designed landscapes – both registered sites and sites of local significance - and how to define substantial harm to sites and their settings and views.
- The Architectural Story of London
The course will look at the development of London through its architecture, and the circumstances which governed its massive expansion into the 21st century.
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