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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:
- Castles in Britain
The building of castles after 1066 reflected the imposition of a new feudal aristocracy upon English society. This course will explore the evolution of castles and their changing military, administrative and domestic roles during the Middle Ages.
- Undergraduate Certificate of Higher Education
Students can use credit obtained from weekly classes, short online courses, linked day schools, practical weekends and attendance at the Oxford University Summer School for Adults to count towards gaining an award from the University of Oxford.
- Archaeology of the British Isles
This course will explore 12,000 years of human activity in Britain and Ireland. How did people come to live in these places and in what ways did they shape the land around them?
- Researching Historic Visual Sources
This course will look at the range of material including maps, topographical views, architectural drawings, plans and early photographs available for British sites and provide practical guidance on how this material can be obtained, used and interpreted
- Towards an Archaeology of the Cold War
It is nearly 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. This course explores how archaeologists have investigated the physical remains of the Cold War. It also asks what new perspectives can archaeology bring to our understanding of this recent past?
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