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MA Classical Studies part 1 free course icon

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MA Classical Studies part 1

Our fascination with ancient Greece and Rome continues to this day. The postgraduate foundation module in classical studies provides some answers to the question, 'How do we know what we know' about these two ancient civilisations. It meets this challenge by investigating classical studies as a multidisciplinary field. The fragmentary nature of the evidence requires approaching this question with reference to a variety of sources and using multiple perspectives. The module introduces you to classical studies at postgraduate level, offering a choice of pathways through the material. The module is designed to help you acquire and develop research skills in preparation for further study.

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Diploma of Higher Education in Arts and Humanities free course icon

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Diploma of Higher Education in Arts and Humanities

This diploma of higher education encompasses a wide range of fascinating disciplines including art history, classical studies, creative writing, English language, English literature, French, German, history, music, philosophy, religious studies and Spanish. As you work through the course, you'll develop your cultural literacy and deepen your understanding of the past ? while sharpening your critical awareness and refining the skills of debate and analysis that are highly valued by employers.

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Week 9 Civilisations: The debate

Emeritus Professor and academic advisor on Civilisations, Gill Perry, will be discussing Civilisations on Thursday 26th April at 10pm. Let us know your thoughts in this discussion hub...

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Week 7 Civilisations: The debate

Emma Barker, a Senior Lecturer in Art History, will be reflecting on episode seven of Civilisations on Friday 13th April between 12pm - 2pm. Let us know your thoughts in this discussion hub...

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Week 8 Civilisations: The debate

Dr Leon Wainwright, a reader in Art History, will be discussing episode eight of Civilisations on Thursday 19th April at 10pm. Let us know your thoughts in this discussion hub...

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Week 6 Civilisations: The debate

Join Dr Renate Dohmen between 12pm - 1pm on Friday 6th April for a post-viewing discussion of episode six of Civilisations.

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Week 4 Civilisations: The debate

Join Kathleen Christian on Friday 23 March between 3pm and 4pm for a discussion of Civilisations on Facebook with a special guest appearance from host Mary Beard.

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Week 5 Civilisations: The debate

Join Dr Leah Clark between 12pm - 2pm on Tuesday 3rd April for a post-viewing discussion of episode five of Civilisations.

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Week 2 Civilisations: The debate

Jessica Hughes, a Senior Lecturer in Classical Studies, will be reflecting on episode two of Civilisations on Friday 9th March between 12pm - 2pm. Let us know your thoughts in this discussion hub...

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Week 1 Civilisations: The debate

Dr Kathleen Christian, Senior Lecturer in Art History and academic consultant on Civilisations, responds to the first episode and starts up our discussion hub...

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So you've ordered your 'Civilisations' poster - now what?

You've ordered your 'Civilisations' poster and can't wait for it to arrive? Check out these fantastic art history resources while you wait...

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World Archaeology

How do archaeologists investigate and understand ancient sites and civilisations? Interpreting archaeological evidence accurately and methodically is the key to obtaining a critical perspective on the development of the human race. This album provides an introduction to archaeology and its methodologies for excavation of sites that can be more than 12000 years old. Like piecing together a jigsaw puzzle but without a picture guide, archaeologists can establish how cities and civilisations developed, why humans started farming, and how empires formed and collapsed. This material forms part of The Open University course A251 World archaeology.

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