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Ukraine and Nuclear Weapons

There are nuclear weapon implications of the Ukraine conflict. A country with nuclear weapons (such as Russia, China and North Korea) will not be attacked by the US. But a country without nuclear weapons (such as Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya) is vulnerable to attack. Will governments decide they must now have nuclear weapons to defend themselves?... [More]
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<p>There are nuclear weapon implications of the Ukraine conflict. A country with nuclear weapons (such as Russia, China and North Korea) will not be attacked by the US. But a country without nuclear

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27 May

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Nature's Great Divide - The Wallace Line

It was Alfred Russel Wallace who realized the Lombok Strait in Indonesia represents the biogeographical boundary between the fauna of Asia and Australasia, a boundary subsequently named the ‘Wallace Line’. It was tectonic plate movement that brought these disparate worlds together to create the biogeographic region known as ‘Wallacea’. On the Asian... [More]
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<p>It was Alfred Russel Wallace who realized the Lombok Strait in Indonesia represents the biogeographical boundary between the fauna of Asia and Australasia, a boundary subsequently named the ‘

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27 May

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Pluckrose and Lindsay: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity

Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsay’s book of 2020, Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender and Identity – and Why This Harms Everybody, examines the origins of several new and confronting political dogmas, including: knowledge is a social construct; science is a tool of oppression; and language is dangerous.... [More]
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<p>Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsay’s book of 2020, <em>Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender and Identity – and Why This Harms Everybody</em>, examines the

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30 May

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East Adriatic Coast in Focus - Split

Founded as a Greek colony called Spálathos more than 2200 years ago, Split later evolved to become the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia under its Latin name of Aspalatum. Today Split serves as major transport hub to numerous Adriatic islands popular with tourists from all over Europe. The city itself is mainly of interest for its 4th... [More]
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<p>Founded as a Greek colony called Spálathos more than 2200 years ago, Split later evolved to become the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia under its Latin name of Aspalatum. Today Split

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31 May
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<p>Founded as a Greek colony called Spálathos more than 2200 years ago, Split later evolved to become the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia under its Latin name of Aspalatum. Today Split

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31 May

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China in the South Pacific

China is improving its military ties with the Solomon Islands. Is China trying to create a South Pacific empire? Is it trying to replace Australia as the “sheriff of the South Pacific”? How has China been able to establish this beachhead? What are Australia’s options? DELIVERY MODE Online... [More]
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<p>China is improving its military ties with the Solomon Islands. Is China trying to create a South Pacific empire? Is it trying to replace Australia as the “sheriff of the South Pacific”? How has

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03 Jun

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Hogarth & Gainsborough – Satire & Society in 18th Century England

William Hogarth (1697-1764) is known for his satirical depictions of English Society through his printed series of ‘A Rake’s Progress’ and ‘Marriage à la Mode’ whilst Thomas Gainsborough (1727 -1788) painted the landed aristocracy in such much loved National Gallery London paintings as ‘Mr & Mrs Andrews’ shown upon their lands. Gainsborough’s ‘The... [More]
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<p>William Hogarth (1697-1764) is known for his satirical depictions of English Society through his printed series of ‘A Rake’s Progress’ and ‘Marriage à la Mode’ whilst Thomas Gainsborough (1727 -

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03 Jun

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New World Wines: Latin American Wines, Food and Tourism

Wine’s history in Latin America begins in the year 1524, when Hernán Cortés began the production of wine in Mexico, being the first place on the continent where grapes were regularly grown. Missionaries were responsible for the expansion of winemaking on the entire continent. Nowadays, Latin American wine regions are considered part of the “new... [More]
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<p>Wine’s history in Latin America begins in the year 1524, when Hernán Cortés began the production of wine in Mexico, being the first place on the continent where grapes were regularly grown.

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03 Jun

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Contending Warriors of God

The most decisive conflicts in the Third Crusade (1189-1192) were fought between the armies of the sultan Salah ad-Din and king Richard I of England. Both men were determined to win and hold the holy city of Jerusalem for their contending faiths, but respected each other and were chivalrous in both victory and defeat. They exchanged gifts and... [More]
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The most decisive conflicts in the Third Crusade (1189-1192) were fought between the armies of the sultan Salah ad-Din and king Richard I of England. Both men were determined to win and hold the holy

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03 Jun

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Aussie Crooks: Frauds, Thieves and Coppers

With a colony started by convicts what can you expect but that Australia should have a colourful history of crime? From the forgers and blackmailers who became our earliest writers and architects, to con artists who used the ocean as a barrier to detection, to the thefts and assaults of the goldfields, and on to false identities, swindles, hoaxes,... [More]
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<p>With a colony started by convicts what can you expect but that Australia should have a colourful history of crime? From the forgers and blackmailers who became our earliest writers and architects,

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05 Jun

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Spanish Advanced Conversation: "Las paredes hablan": Arte urbano e identidad en América Latina

What are the street walls whispering? What stories can they tell us? Explore three countries in Latin America through modern muralism, street art, graffiti, and social identity. DELIVERY MODE Face-to-Face   TEXTBOOK Tutor supplied material   COURSE OUTLINE We will start our course sharing experiences and all our previous knowledge of different... [More]
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<p>What are the street walls whispering? What stories can they tell us? Explore three countries in Latin America through modern muralism, street art, graffiti, and social identity.</p>

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06 Jun

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