Alexander the Great - an introduction
Have you ever wondered who Alexander the Great was, or what made him ‘Great’? This short course will give an overview of his life, achievements and legacy.
America Triumphant? The Cold War and the Fifties
An overview of US history in the post-war area. Please note - this is an online course.
An introduction to Greek epic – Homer’s Odyssey
This course will introduce the learner to the story and context of Homer’s famous poem.
18 Jan 2022 (Spring)
The fee for this course is £140.00, (concessions £84.00).with Richard Stride
This course is full. Please contact us on 0117 903 8844 to be added to the queue.click here more information about this course...
The Spanish Civil War and its implications for Contemporary Spain
This course aims to understand the enduring debate about the Civil War
Twelve more Prime Ministers, 1866-1940
In the era between the premierships of Disraeli and Neville Chamberlain, middle and even working-class men rose to the heights of power.
War, Peace and Revolution: the Later Eighteenth Century in Europe
The Revolution of 1789 had consequences far beyond France, setting all Europe ablaze. The course will first examine pre-Revolutionary Europe and then take the story up to Napoleon’s defeat in 1815.