We would like to reassure our course attendees that we have increased our health and safety precautions, in line with Government standards, by implementing the following measures:
- we will ensure all courses have enough space for a one metre distancing between participants
- all desks/chairs will be sanitised directly before the course begins
- there will be no coffee/tea available onsite and participants must bring their own water bottles
- hand sanitiser will be provided for all lecturers/participants to use
- we are encouraging participants to wear face masks if they are comfortable doing so
In the unfortunate situation that we head back into Alert Level 3 (or 4), all courses will be delivered via Zoom. If a course cannot be delivered online it will be cancelled and all registrants will receive a full refund. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch should you have any further concerns.
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This short course highlights case studies from New Kingdom Egypt (1550 - 1069 BCE). These case studies cover the enigmatic kings such as Hatshepsut, Thutmose III, Akhenaten and Nefertiti, Tutankhamun, Ramesses II, Merneptah, and Ramesses III. It will also delve...
This short course will highlight case studies focusing on art from ancient Egypt. The case studies cover the differences in art from a variety of periods of Egyptian history, ranging from the Early Dynastic period to the Ptolemaic period. These case studies include...
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Paradoxes reveal vagueness at the edges of our concepts. That is why philosophers from the earliest times have loved to formulate, discuss, and try to resolve paradoxes arising across almost every field of philosophical enquiry. This course aims to approach philosophy and logical reasoning through an examination an introduction to some of the most famous and provocative paradoxes.