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- The First World War in Perspective (Online)
This course seeks to explain why and how the First World war was fought, and to understand why its legacy remains relevant almost a century after it began
- Anglo-Saxons and Celts in Britain AD500-900
This course presents an introduction to the art, archaeology, technology and writings of the early medieval peoples of the British Isles.
- Churchill: Soldier, Politician and Statesman (Online)
Sir Winston Churchill, regarded as one of Britain's greatest statesmen, still provokes controversy and debate. The aim of this course is to study his life in detail, assess his successes and failures and to gain some insights into the complex personality
- Russian History and Culture of the 20th Century Through its Personalities
The course will offer a case study of five important figures in Russia's dramatic 20th century (dictator Stalin, writer Solzhenitsyn, filmmaker Mikhalkov, journalist Pozner, last Soviet president Gorbachev)
- Oxford’s Remarkable Medieval Jewish Quarter
Using the treasure trove of surviving records, this course will focus on Oxford’s remarkable medieval Jewish Quarter and the individuals who lived and worked in it. Lecture/seminars will be augmented by visits to several Oxford archives and locations.
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