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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:

  • Ritual and Religion in Prehistory (Online)
    How can we begin to understand the spiritual lives of prehistoric people? When do religious ideologies first appear on the human evolutionary timescale? Using both anthropology and archaeological evidence these and many other questions are examined.
  • Stable Isotope Analysis of Human and Animal Bone
    This course aims to provide an up to date summary of the potential of stable isotope studies of human and faunal skeletal remains from archaeological sites, illustrated by case studies mainly from Britain.
  • War and Law in the Viking Age
    This course takes a close look at the period of Viking settlement in north-west Europe, and at the strategies that the Anglo-Saxon, Irish and Frankish rulers employed to deal with the incoming invaders.
  • Social Anthropology: an introduction (Online)
    Social anthropology is the study of how man gives meaning to the world through different social norms, values, practices and means of organisation. This course provides an exciting and dynamic introduction to the world of social anthropology.
  • DPhil in Archaeology
    It is possible to study for a doctorate by part-time research in Archaeology. Students studying for the DPhil part-time normally study between 4 and 6 years. This compares with a full-time DPhil which normally takes 3-4 years to complete.

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