Spring 2019

For the Spring 2019 programme, we welcome three of our longstanding lecturers back, Dr Robert Callow, Dr Martin Jervis and Dr. Nirvana Romell. 
We also look forward to Dr Tony Keen to come and offer another dayschool on the Ancient World in the modern media.
Dr. Tunnicliffe and Dr. Tyler will be on sabbatical this term and will return after Easter.

Ancient History
Commodus and the year of the Five (!) Emperors
The Amphitheatre in the late second century
Women and Children in Egypt and Republican Rome
Roman Amphitheatres in Britain and Gaul

Archaeology:
Neighbours of Assurbanipal: Early Cyprus
Life in Anglo-Saxon towns

Art History:
Painting in the Low Countries

Egyptology: 
Women and Children in Egypt and Republican Rome
Pharaohs of Egypt: From Narmer to Cleopatra
The Ptolemies: Last of the Pharaohs

Medieval History:
Life in Anglo-Saxon Towns

Biology:
Linaeus and Pandora’s Box

Egyptology: 
Women and Children in Egypt and Republican Rome
Pharaohs of Egypt: From Narmer to Cleopatra
The Ptolemies: Last of the Pharaohs

Medieval History:
Life in Anglo-Saxon Towns

Modern History: 
Korea – Peninsula in Turmoil
Puttin’ on the Ritz – America through the Eyes of the Great 20th Century Song Writers
Cold War America – 1945-1990

Latin:
Reading Latin – Caesar Book IV
Reading Latin – Gerald of Wales

Literature: 
Stories of the American South
T.S.Eliot, Poet: A Reevaluation

Music:
Hector Berlioz: his music and times

Religion and Theology:
Michael Tunnicliffe is on Sabbatical, but hopes that Sarah Griffith’s course Last of the Pharaohs in his usual slot at Birch Community Centre may be of interest to his students

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