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Drawing for Beginners: How Simple Geometric Shapes Can Help You Draw Anything You Want

Anyone can learn to draw! An understanding of basic geometric shapes – spheres, cones and cylinders – and a rudimentary knowledge of linear perspective, can aid you in drawing absolutely any solid object you wish to convey. This class is designed to be a taster for the Spring semester Friday afternoon zoom class, The Principles of Drawing for... [More]
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Anyone can learn to draw! An understanding of basic geometric shapes – spheres, cones and cylinders – and a rudimentary knowledge of linear perspective, can aid you in drawing absolutely any solid

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01 Oct

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What is Philosophy?

The beginnings of Western philosophy date back to the Pre-Socratic Greeks: why did this extraordinary movement begin and what were its central features? And, of course, “Why the Greeks?” and not other arguably more advanced civilizations such as the Egyptians. This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need... [More]
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The beginnings of Western philosophy date back to the Pre-Socratic Greeks: why did this extraordinary movement begin and what were its central features? And, of course, “Why the Greeks?” and not other

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01 Oct

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History and the Novel: Sebald’s Austerlitz

How does one write a novel about the Holocaust without mentioning it? Award-winning novelist W.G. Sebald has done so, several times – and Austerlitz is his supreme attempt. For Sebald, descriptions of Jewish persecution and mass murder were of such enormity that one could not grasp them rationally. For him, one could only approach obliquely, with... [More]
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<p>How does one write a novel about the Holocaust without mentioning it? Award-winning novelist W.G. Sebald has done so, several times – and <em>Austerlitz</em> is his supreme attempt. For Sebald,

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02 Oct

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Practical Strategies for Managing Challenges

This series of six seminars explores skills and strategies to help us manage and adapt to challenges which life inevitably brings. It is an opportunity to connect, learn and develop all from the comfort of your own home. This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need to ensure they have an email, a... [More]
$153 Limited / $138

<p>This series of six seminars explores skills and strategies to help us manage and adapt to challenges which life inevitably brings. It is an opportunity to connect, learn and develop all from the

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05 Oct

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Hannah Arendt

Hannah Arendt wrote some of the profoundest philosophy of the twentieth century. Her work is rich and subtle; she engaged critically with the key intellectual ideas of philosophical history: What makes humans ‘human’; what makes an ethical life; the nature of evil; how do we forgive the unforgivable; what does it mean to have ‘common sense’; what... [More]
$270 Limited / $243

<p>Hannah Arendt wrote some of the profoundest philosophy of the twentieth century. Her work is rich and subtle; she engaged critically with the key intellectual ideas of philosophical history: <br/>

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06 Oct

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The World of the Theatre

Plays from the theatre have been with us for literally thousands of years and are part of the fabric of our lives. They entertain us and provide us with insights into the human condition. Join us and take a dip into the world of the great plays. This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need to ensure they... [More]
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Plays from the theatre have been with us for literally thousands of years and are part of the fabric of our lives. They entertain us and provide us with insights into the human condition. Join us and

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06 Oct

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The Epic Story of Spain: Andalusia

A visit to inland Andalusia is more than a visit to another part of Spain; it’s a trip into a uniquely different part of Europe. Throughout Andalusia, vestiges of the Moorish past abound; but nowhere more so than in two of Andalusia’s great historic cities: Granada and Cordoba. This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom.... [More]
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<p>A visit to inland Andalusia is more than a visit to another part of Spain; it’s a trip into a uniquely different part of Europe. Throughout Andalusia, vestiges of the Moorish past abound; but

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06 Oct

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The A to Z of Creative Writing

Whatever you’re writing – a letter to the editor, a speech, poetry, prose, memoir, fact or fiction – your words will resonate more with an audience when generated from a creative space. Some people are born with this creative flair but it can be taught and it’s never too late to learn. This class will be delivered online via the online platform... [More]
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<p>Whatever you’re writing – a letter to the editor, a speech, poetry, prose, memoir, fact or fiction – your words will resonate more with an audience when generated from a creative space. Some people

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07 Oct

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Discovering the Beauty of Mathematics

Paradoxically, mathematics, although understood as an important tool in science, technology and everyday life, is often considered to be a difficult and unpleasant subject. Romanian mathematician Grigore Moisil said, “A mathematician is concerned with mathematics because she sees something beautiful in it, something interesting which she likes,... [More]
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<p>Paradoxically, mathematics, although understood as an important tool in science, technology and everyday life, is often considered to be a difficult and unpleasant subject. Romanian mathematician

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08 Oct

Critique of 'White' Reason

What does it mean to think about racism with the help of philosophy, a discipline that itself has been “white” since its inception? What does it even mean to derive a useful theory about racism by looking at Immanuel Kant, himself allegedly a racist? This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need to ensure... [More]
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What does it mean to think about racism with the help of philosophy, a discipline that itself has been “white” since its inception? What does it even mean to derive a useful theory about racism by

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08 Oct

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