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Explore films made by women that offer visions beyond mainstream cultural and cinematic stereotypes of sexuality, gender, and race. Consider the relevance of the term 'women's cinema' through questions and themes including 'war, resistance, revolution', 'another dream', and ' beyond gender?' Filmmakers include Kathryn Bigelow, Chantal Akerman and Germaine Duclac.
Examine the social and cultural relevance of religion in the modern world, and explore anthropological understandings of world religions as well as new religious movements, alternative spiritualities and religious fundamentalism.
We will apply an anthropological approach to examine the social, cultural, political and evolutionary dimensions of human violence to examine the reasons for the prevalence of group conflict and genocide in a modern, globalised world.
Improve your reading and speaking skills, develop a more sophisticated use of the language and enhance your understanding of the Arab culture. Suitable if you have completed 'Arabic 2 upper: module 2', or studied Arabic for two years or have a fairly good command of the language.
Develop you fluency on these courses taught in Arabic, with the emphasis on speaking and listening. You should have studied Arabic for three years or equivalent and have a fairly good command of the Arabic language.
Develop your fluency in these courses taught in Arabic, with the emphasis on speaking and listening. You should have studied Arabic for three years or equivalent and have a fairly good command of the Arabic language.
Continue to learn to speak, understand, read and write Modern Standard Arabic on these lively courses, which also refer to other Arabic dialects. You should have completed 'Arabic 1: module 2' or equivalent.
Capture imposing buildings and eye-catching architecture in all their glory on this introduction to architectural photography. Learn about the history and development of this specialist genre then get out onto the streets of London to put your theory into practice, spotting architectural styles and experimenting with optics and lenses, composition, processing and editing.