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Entry – typically the shortest courses where no prior knowledge of the subject is needed.
Explore – may be short, may be longer, but we assume that typically you have an existing interest in the topic and would like to know more, and are prepared to commit more time and perhaps pay a bit more.
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We have divided courses according to whether you can do them at home/where you want, or whether you have to go to a specific place.
In Person – you need to go to where the course is delivered.
Online – you do the course where you want
Many of us don’t realise that there is a lot of free material online, so we give you the option to choose if you only want to look at free “content”.
Cressida Connolly and Tim Bouverie, whose recent books both explore the path to the Second World War, will consider the resonance which the events of the 1930s, and the resulting conflict, might have for us today.
Join Tom Nancollas in exploring the history and creation of Seashaken Houses – striking nineteenth century lighthouses built upon desolate rock formations in the waters along the British and Irish coastlines.
Edna O’Brien’s The Country Girls – and later The Country Girls Trilogy – have been icons of Irish literature since their publication in the early 1960s, and have now been chosen for Dublin’s 2019 One City, One Book initiative.
See in spring 2019 with this fascinating series of Tuesday morning lectures in Dulwich, exploring how the world could change over the coming decades.
Join HF Holidays on an exciting new seven-day tour of the amazing restored palaces and beautiful gardens of Lisbon and Sintra. There’s an unparalleled blend of historic buildings and glorious gardens to delight in on this week-long foray into Portugal’s past. What are you waiting for?
Join Hotel Alphabet’s Marie-Anne Mancio in gorgeous Rome and Umbria for four days of fascinating Baroque and Renaissance art history. This is a small-group experience which prides itself on academic excellence, and going the extra mile for delighted guests…
If, like us, you are intrigued as to how Chinese culture was received and adapted by Japan, FutureLearn’s Sino-Japanese Interaction course will prove to be a really fascinating insight into the history of rare books in China and the development of Japanese culture. Suitable for literature lovers, historians and anyone with a special interest in Asia.
Join this free, on-line course and visit Rome virtually to understand and interpret the archaeological ruins of this ancient city. Whether you are planning a trip to Rome or simply fascinated by its history – this is set to be an exciting exploration of the topography, architecture and enthralling past of the ancient Roman capital.
From butterflies and bugs to dinosaurs. A chance to explore any of 80 million items online for free in the World’s largest collection of this type. Whether for your personal interest, or to show a family relative what exists in the natural world. Why not browse a collection and then follow up with a visit to the Museum?