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Central Europe in Focus: Bratislava

Slovakia’s Capital is probably most famous for the 1805 peace treaty between France and Austria following the Battle of Austerlitz, which ultimately led to the demise of the Holy Roman Empire after almost 900 years. Just one hour down the Danube from Vienna, it is a popular destination for day visitors and river cruise passengers, but provides... [More]
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<p>Slovakia’s Capital is probably most famous for the 1805 peace treaty between France and Austria following the Battle of Austerlitz, which ultimately led to the demise of the Holy Roman Empire after

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01 Jun
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<p>Slovakia’s Capital is probably most famous for the 1805 peace treaty between France and Austria following the Battle of Austerlitz, which ultimately led to the demise of the Holy Roman Empire after

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01 Jun

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Travelling the Blues Highway 61: A Musical Journey

Journey to the origins of the Blues in Memphis and Mississippi. Visit Beale Street, the Stax Museum and Gracelands; before travelling to the grave sites of Robert Johnson, BB King, Albert King and others. This class will be delivered face-to-face at WEA Sydney. Enrolling students need to ensure they have read the current COVID-19 Safety Guidance... [More]
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<p>Journey to the origins of the Blues in Memphis and Mississippi. Visit Beale Street, the Stax Museum and Gracelands; before travelling to the grave sites of Robert Johnson, BB King, Albert King and

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04 Jun

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The Sacred and the Profane

The sacred and the profane, and the complex relationship between the two, are dynamic and thought-provoking features of contemporary life and experience. Their points of intersection can be dramatic, revelatory, formative or transformative. We look at the question of what the sacred and the profane are, the nature of their interactions and some... [More]
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<p>The sacred and the profane, and the complex relationship between the two, are dynamic and thought-provoking features of contemporary life and experience. Their points of intersection can be

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04 Jun

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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations: A Brief Introduction

On August 8, 1967, now celebrated as ASEAN Day, five southeast Asian nations (Indonesia; Malaysia; Philippines; Singapore; and Thailand) came together to sign the Bangkok Declaration. More than fifty years later, ASEAN represents a region which is rapidly becoming a new centre for the world’s political and economic activity, leading the... [More]
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<p>On August 8, 1967, now celebrated as ASEAN Day, five southeast Asian nations (Indonesia; Malaysia; Philippines; Singapore; and Thailand) came together to sign the Bangkok Declaration. More than

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07 Jun

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Wales: Mystery, Magic, Castles and Towns

Wales is the Celtic land of mystery, myth and magic. It had been host to mighty wizards and legendary kings. Poet, painter and walker alike have appreciated Wales' dramatic landscapes and her moody vistas. In this course we travel through North Wales and visit some of her castles and towns. This course will be delivered both face-to-face at WEA... [More]
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<p>Wales is the Celtic land of mystery, myth and magic. It had been host to mighty wizards and legendary kings. Poet, painter and walker alike have appreciated Wales' dramatic landscapes and her moody

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08 Jun
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<p>Wales is the Celtic land of mystery, myth and magic. It had been host to mighty wizards and legendary kings. Poet, painter and walker alike have appreciated Wales' dramatic landscapes and her moody

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08 Jun

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Central Europe in Focus: Vienna

With almost 8 million annual visitors, Vienna is one of Europe's most visited cities. Famous for the 1815 Congress of Vienna, which ended the Napoleonic Wars, the Austrian capital today is not only home to some thirty international organisations, incl. OPEC, but also one of four official UN seats: UNO-City. The historic Old Town and Schönbrunn... [More]
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<p>With almost 8 million annual visitors, Vienna is one of Europe's most visited cities. Famous for the 1815 Congress of Vienna, which ended the Napoleonic Wars, the Austrian capital today is not only

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15 Jun
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<p>With almost 8 million annual visitors, Vienna is one of Europe's most visited cities. Famous for the 1815 Congress of Vienna, which ended the Napoleonic Wars, the Austrian capital today is not only

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15 Jun

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The Russo-Turco-Persian Axis: Reality of Myth

Russia, Turkey and Iran, despite their many particular differences, managed to form an alliance. Or did they? How real is this partnership between these countries with competing national interest? Come and explore their convergence and divergence of interests. This class will be delivered face-to-face at WEA Sydney. Enrolling students need to... [More]
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<p>Russia, Turkey and Iran, despite their many particular differences, managed to form an alliance. Or did they? How real is this partnership between these countries with competing national interest?

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18 Jun

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Who is the real Elizabeth Macarthur?

Kate Grenville’s recent historical novel Room Made of Leaves is the latest life story of Elizabeth Macarthur, joining biographies in 2018 (Michelle Scott Tucker), 1991 (Lennard Bickel) and 1980 (Hazel King). If Tucker’s book was creative non fiction and Grenville’s book is biographical fiction – where does the truth lie? If one of the historical... [More]
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<p>Kate Grenville’s recent historical novel <em>Room Made of Leaves</em> is the latest life story of Elizabeth Macarthur, joining biographies in 2018 (Michelle Scott Tucker), 1991 (Lennard Bickel) and

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18 Jun
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<p>Kate Grenville’s recent historical novel <em>Room Made of Leaves</em> is the latest life story of Elizabeth Macarthur, joining biographies in 2018 (Michelle Scott Tucker), 1991 (Lennard Bickel) and

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18 Jun

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Does the Language We Speak Shape the Way We Think?

The idea that the language we speak shapes the way we see the world, a hypothesis known as linguistic relativity, has been debated for centuries. Although nowadays the strongest version of this principle has been abandoned, some linguists still support its weak version, claiming that language does influence our thought. Trace the development of... [More]
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<p>The idea that the language we speak shapes the way we see the world, a hypothesis known as linguistic relativity, has been debated for centuries. Although nowadays the strongest version of this

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25 Jun
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Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation: A Brief Introduction

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is an inter-governmental forum for 21 member economies in the Pacific Rim that promotes free trade throughout the Asia-Pacific region. APEC was founded in 1989, following the success of a series of post-ministerial conferences that were launched in the 1980s by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations... [More]
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<p>The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is an inter-governmental forum for 21 member economies in the Pacific Rim that promotes free trade throughout the Asia-Pacific region. APEC was founded

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28 Jun

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