Politics & Current Affairs
Course Date: Tue 30 Jun 2020
Location on this date: OnlineWith America increasingly in turmoil with the virus, the economy and civil disruption in many forms, the election of 2020 is increasingly looking like the most unpredictable and significant since 1968. We will look at the race for President; its mechanics; what is happening; and what is the historical context. We will also be exploring the upcoming congressional elections and the effect it will have on the Senate and House.
This course will be delivered online. See the ‘How will I be taught’ section in course details for more information.Full fee: £19.00Senior fee: £19.00Concession: £19.00
Course Date: Tue 14 Jul 2020
Location on this date: OnlineWe groan against bosses, berate politicians, demonstrate against most aspects of the social system, and then humbly take our orders from above. Is obedience imprinted in our genes? How submissive must people be for society to function? In this short course we will discuss the politics of obedience – drawing on psychology, anthropology, history, and political philosophy.
This course will be delivered online. See the ‘How will I be taught’ section in course details for more information.Full fee: £89.00Senior fee: £89.00Concession: £39.00
Course Date: Sun 19 Jul 2020
Location on this date: OnlineThe workshop will explore history and memory work in the different spheres of British politics, activism, popular culture, heritage, history education, and historical research and openly address the question of how we can engage to promote history and memory work as democratic practice.
This course will be delivered online. See the ‘How will I be taught’ section in course details for more information.Full fee: £39.00Senior fee: £31.00Concession: £20.00
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