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Purple Haze: The Psychedelic Sound of the 1960s

See and hear some of the most memorable exponents of the Psychedelic sound: the Doors, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin and more. COURSE OUTLINE The Origins of the Psychedelic Sounds The Pop Culture of the 1960s. The Doors- Psychedelic sound and poetry Janis Joplin- Texas Blues and Psychedelia Other bands: Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Grateful Dead, the Beatles. The Jimi Hendrix Experience Influences on today’s music. PLANNED LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of this course, students... [More]
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Purple Haze: The Psychedelic Sound of the 1960s

<p>See and hear some of the most memorable exponents of the Psychedelic sound: the Doors, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin and more.<br/><p><br/><strong>COURSE OUTLINE</strong></p><ul><li>The Origins

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200th Birthday of Karl Marx: the man who changed the world.

On 5 May 1818 the German philosopher, economist, political journalist and society critic Karl Marx was born in Trier. Marx is best known for “The Communist Manifesto” and “Das Capital”, written in collaboration with Friedrich Engels while in exile in London. The political theory they developed would change the world. [More]
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200th Birthday of Karl Marx: the man who changed the world.

On 5 May 1818 the German philosopher, economist, political journalist and society critic Karl Marx was born in Trier. Marx is best known for “The Communist Manifesto” and “Das Capital”, written in

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The Lady and the Unicorn

Revered as a national treasure in France, the Lady and the Unicorn tapestry is displayed at the Art Gallery of NSW estimated to have been woven in the late 15th century, in Flanders, the meaning of the Tapestries is still obscure. [More]
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The Lady and the Unicorn

Revered as a national treasure in France, the Lady and the Unicorn tapestry is displayed at the Art Gallery of NSW estimated to have been woven in the late 15th century, in Flanders, the meaning of

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Macquarie's Kingdom - The Life and Times of Lachlan Macquarie

Explore the transformation of Sydney during Macquarie’s Governorship of 1810 – 1821. It all began in colonial Sydney. Cutlasses, pistols, hangings and floggings. The slapping of ships' halyards in Sydney Cove. Narrow, cobbled, dirty roads. Soldiers, traders, sailors and settlers. Rum shops, greasy steak houses and mean hovels. From this early nineteenth century melee, Lachlan Macquarie began to mold and develop a social and civil infrastructure [More]
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Macquarie's Kingdom - The Life and Times of Lachlan Macquarie

Explore the transformation of Sydney during Macquarie’s Governorship of 1810 – 1821. It all began in colonial Sydney. Cutlasses, pistols, hangings and floggings. The slapping of ships' halyards in

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An Evening with Schubert

The composer of The Trout, Ave Maria, and the Unfinished Symphony, Schubert is one of the most loved composers of Romantic classical music. In his tragically short life, he composed an astonishing wealth and variety of music, including chamber music, lieder, symphonies, masses, and some beautiful piano music. The story of his life is fascinating, from his early musical beginnings as a choir boy, then his work as a teacher, through to the beginnings of a successful career as a... [More]
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An Evening with Schubert

The composer of <em>The Trout, Ave Maria</em>, and the Unfinished Symphony, Schubert is one of the most loved composers of Romantic classical music. In his tragically short life, he composed an

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The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II: Music, Liturgy, Ritual

Relive the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth – an occasion of truly Byzantine splendor – through some of the most magnificent music performed at the service, accompanied by photos depicting the celebration of the liturgy and ritual. PLANNED LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of this course, students should be able to: Understand more clearly the nature of the Coronation Service and its rich symbolism Evaluate the high musical and artistic quality of the event and the reasons behind the... [More]
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The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II: Music, Liturgy, Ritual

<p>Relive the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth – an occasion of truly Byzantine splendor – through some of the most magnificent music performed at the service, accompanied by photos depicting the

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London in the Swinging 1960s

As Britain emerged from the long post World War II period of austerity, a new generation looked to the future with hope and a sense of promise. It is the decade of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and England’s historic win in the 1966 World Cup. The abolition of the death penalty in 1965 and the legalisation of homosexuality in 1967 heralded significant social changes. But the era was also marked by political scandals, most famously the Profumo Affair of 1963 which brought down the... [More]
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London in the Swinging 1960s

<p>As Britain emerged from the long post World War II period of austerity, a new generation looked to the future with hope and a sense of promise. It is the decade of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones

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Shadows of The Raj

A journey through almost 350 years of British influence in India, from the arrival of the East India Company in 1600, to the subcontinent becoming the British empire’s 'Jewel in the Crown'; from the Indian Mutiny in 1857-58, to Independence in 1947. [More]
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Shadows of The Raj

A journey through almost 350 years of British influence in India, from the arrival of the East India Company in 1600, to the subcontinent becoming the British empire’s <em>'Jewel in the Crown'</em>;

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The Emperor Hadrian

Hadrian was one of the best-travelled Emperors of Rome. When he built his wall across the north of England, Britannia was regarded as the most remote and exotic corner of the Roman Empire. Hadrian’s favourite city was Athens. He was a lover of all things Greek and hoped the city would become the cultural centre of the Empire. Ever versatile, he was as at home with the military as he was with the arts. Machiavelli nominated him as the third of the ‘Five Good Emperors’ of Rome. In... [More]
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The Emperor Hadrian

<p>Hadrian was one of the best-travelled Emperors of Rome. When he built his wall across the north of England, Britannia was regarded as the most remote and exotic corner of the Roman Empire. Hadrian’

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