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Scholars joining this workshop will gain a basic understanding of descriptive bibliography so that they can consider historic books as physical objects, understanding how to find clues as to their production, and how to use this information as a basis for further research.Find out more »
A Beginner’s Guide to World Religions: Designing and Planning the Course Together Tutor: George Ballentyne Do you have questions about the different faiths and religions in Leicester? This co-design workshop will imagine a ten-week course looking at the eight major communities as lives are lived today in this city, but also their worldwide presence and history. This course will focus on aspects which interest those studying the course, building upon a few core topics, developing a cross-cutting image, impression and understanding.…Find out more »
Resonances And Representations: Aspects Of The English Country House is a 10 week evening course which will consider the politics of heritage, the struggle to save these houses, questions of race, imperialism and the slave trade, and the place of the servants' backbreaking work to make such splendour possible.Find out more »
Suitable for those who hope to achieve publication and for those who simply enjoy writing as a leisure pursuit, How to Write Fiction is a 10-week online course covering general approaches and techniques for short stories, novellas and novels.Find out more »