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Crime Without a Name: Genocide in the 20th Century

In August 1941, Winston Churchill informed the British people in a radio broadcast that “We are in the presence of a crime without a name.” He was referring to the destruction of European Jewry, a crime which we now know as the Holocaust. In this course we examine the history of three genocides: the Holocaust, the Cambodian Genocide and the Rwandan genocide. Over three weeks, and six classes, this course will explore the ongoing legacy of these three catastrophic events primarily... [More]
$192 Limited inc GST / $173
Crime Without a Name: Genocide in the 20th Century

<p>In August 1941, Winston Churchill informed the British people in a radio broadcast that “We are in the presence of a crime without a name.” He was referring to the destruction of European Jewry, a

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Digitisation Workshop

In Association with the Royal Australian Historical Society. Course Location: History House, 133 Macquarie St, Sydney. Speaker: Paul Convy This workshop will be presented by Paul Convy, who will provide advice and guidance on planning and undertaking a digitisation project. Paul will look at the issues you will need to consider when planning a digitisation project such as, the selection of material, how the material in going to be indexed and described, copyright and conservation.... [More]
$35 Limited inc GST / $32
Digitisation Workshop

<strong>In Association with the Royal Australian Historical Society.</strong><br/><em><strong>Course Location: History House, 133 Macquarie St, Sydney.</strong></em><br/><strong>Speaker:</strong>

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The History of Mediterranean Archaeology

Using the collection of the Nicholson Museum as a basis, examine the historical development of archaeology in the Mediterranean over the past two centuries as it grew from collecting antiquities to display in private cabinets of curiosities, through to the modern scientifically-based discipline of today. From the rediscovery Pompeii, to the connoisseurship of Greek vases; and from Howard Carter and Tutankhamun to Agatha Christie and the Middle Eastern tells at Ur and Nimrud... [More]
$99 Limited inc GST / $89
The History of Mediterranean Archaeology

<p>Using the collection of the Nicholson Museum as a basis, examine the historical development of archaeology in the Mediterranean over the past two centuries as it grew from collecting antiquities to

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If there isn't a class to suit you, please the waiting list.