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International Relations: A Brief Introduction

In 1919, International Relations (IR) began as a distinct field of study, with the founding of the very first IR professorship: the Woodrow Wilson Chair of IR, at what is now Aberystwyth University in Wales. In 2019, IR has become a well-established academic discipline, which has developed a number of different and exciting ways of examining the... [More]
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<p>In 1919, International Relations (IR) began as a distinct field of study, with the founding of the very first IR professorship: the Woodrow Wilson Chair of IR, at what is now Aberystwyth University

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21 Oct

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Iceland: Land of Fire and Ice

Iceland has become a bit of flavour of the month in the international tourist trade. And it is no wonder considering that this island nation is home to some truly unique and spectacular scenery. Iceland was first settled by Vikings in the 9th Century and is home to the world’s oldest parliament. The sagas of Viking Icelanders have inspired many a... [More]
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Iceland has become a bit of flavour of the month in the international tourist trade. And it is no wonder considering that this island nation is home to some truly unique and spectacular scenery.

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22 Oct

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Shakespeare's London

With its noisy, teeming streets, Shakespeare arrived from Stratford some time before 1590. By 1594 he was established as an actor and playwright and had joined the Lord Chamberlain’s Company.We walk the streets and visit Shakespeare’s sites. SUGGESTED READING Shakespeare – Peter Ackroyd 1599 – James Shapiro, Faber and Faber, 2005 1606 – James... [More]
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<p>With its noisy, teeming streets, Shakespeare arrived from Stratford some time before 1590. By 1594 he was established as an actor and playwright and had joined the Lord Chamberlain’s Company.We

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25 Oct

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Kosciuszko - National Park or Paddock?

Why is NSW’s ‘Brumbies Bill’ so controversial? Why do conservationists oppose ‘heritage horses’ in national parks? Is Kosciuszko a national park or is it being turned into a horse paddock? What are the myths and facts behind feral horses in Kosciuszko National Park? How do feral horses threaten the fragile ecosystem of the Kosciuszko National Park,... [More]
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Why is NSW’s ‘Brumbies Bill’ so controversial? Why do conservationists oppose ‘heritage horses’ in national parks? Is Kosciuszko a national park or is it being turned into a horse paddock? What are

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28 Oct

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Split & The Palace of the Emperor Diocletian

After ruling the Roman Empire for twenty years the Emperor Diocletian retired in AD 305 to the sprawling retirement village that he had built for himself on the beautiful Dalmatian coast. Today Diocletian’s opulent palace houses not an emperor and his retinue but most of the inhabitants of the Croatian town of Split. Annually they are joined the... [More]
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<p>After ruling the Roman Empire for twenty years the Emperor Diocletian retired in AD 305 to the sprawling retirement village that he had built for himself on the beautiful Dalmatian coast. Today

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29 Oct

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International Security: A Brief Introduction

International Security, as a core sub-discipline of International Relations, has traditionally been concerned with issues such as the prevention of war, the promotion of peace, and the strengthening of international order. Since 1994, however, a new focus has developed on the concept of ‘human security’, after the release of a UN Human Development... [More]
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<p>International Security, as a core sub-discipline of International Relations, has traditionally been concerned with issues such as the prevention of war, the promotion of peace, and the

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04 Nov

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God's Own Country: Discovering Yorkshire

The largest county in England, Yorkshire was both the cradle of the industrial revolution and the power base for many of England’s Medieval Kings. It is home to the cities of Leeds, York, Sheffield and Bradford; and gave us the Brontes, Ted Hughes, Henry Moore and David Hockney. Bordered by the Pennine hills on one side and the North Sea on the... [More]
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The largest county in England, Yorkshire was both the cradle of the industrial revolution and the power base for many of England’s Medieval Kings. It is home to the cities of Leeds, York, Sheffield

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05 Nov

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An Age of Endarkenment: Can Adult Education Still Make a Difference?

Adult education has the power to change lives, and in Australia has always been made up of educators and providers capable of adapting to the changing environments around them. Today however there is declining support for adult education at a time when there is growing public disenchantment with the political system, an uncivil public discourse,... [More]
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Adult education has the power to change lives, and in Australia has always been made up of educators and providers capable of adapting to the changing environments around them. Today however there is

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12 Nov

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Edith Sitwell: A Flamboyant Life

Edith Sitwell had a strange and mysterious life and her odd books deserve to be better remembered. Though her life was where she channelled her real genius, her bizarre style and legendary skill as a raconteur made her famous from a young age. Hyper-bohemian, surprisingly prolific and fascinating at every moment, this talk will examine Sitwell’s... [More]
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<p>Edith Sitwell had a strange and mysterious life and her odd books deserve to be better remembered. Though her life was where she channelled her real genius, her bizarre style and legendary skill as

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15 Nov

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International Law: A Brief Introduction

International Law (IL), as a core sub-discipline of International Relations, emerges from the interactions of sovereign states in the international system, and their efforts to regulate and systemise those interactions. In this course, we will begin with an examination of the origins and purpose of IL. Secondly, we will learn about the... [More]
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<p>International Law (IL), as a core sub-discipline of International Relations, emerges from the interactions of sovereign states in the international system, and their efforts to regulate and

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18 Nov

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