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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:
- Introduction to Forensic Anthropology
This introductory course outlines key anthropological principles and techniques required for the analysis of human skeletal material recovered from archaeological contexts with ample opportunity to gain practical experience.
- Social Anthropology: An Introduction
This course provides a general introduction to Social Anthropology as the comparative study of human cultures. Described as “philosophy with people in it", the anthropological method brings new perspectives to our own as well as "other" societies.
- Daily Life in Iron Age Britain
Life in Iron Age Britain was a complex pattern of work, leisure, ritual, conflict and social engagement. Iron Age people were much like modern Britons, as they attempted to improve their conditions, search for meaning in their lives and follow fashion.
- 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.
- The Life and Times of Alexander the Great
The extraordinary and well-documented narrative of Alexander's career retains an enduring fascination. His remarkable conquests represent a defining moment in world history, and made possible the wonderful achievements of the Hellenistic Age.
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