History

Germany – West German Student Movement, 1966-69

In this course, Dr Hanno Balz (University of Cambridge) explores the West German student movement between 1966-69. In the first module, we think about the growth of protest movements in Germany in the 1960s, especially following the formation in...

5 lectures

0:36:51

Dr Hanno Balz

Cambridge University

History

Protest and Reaction in the United States, 1961-68

In this course, Dr Malcolm McLaughlin (University of East Anglia) explores the theme of protest and reaction in the United States during the presidencies of John F. Kennedy (1961-63) and Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-69). In the first module, we provide...

6 lectures

1:13:03

Dr Malcolm McLaughlin

University of East Anglia

English Literature

Carol Ann Duffy: Mean Time

In this course, Professor John McRae (University of Nottingham) explores Carol Ann Duffy’s 1993 collection, ‘Mean Time'. After an introductory module in which we think about the poetry of Carol Ann Duffy in general and the collection as a whole –...

40 lectures

3:27:24

Prof. John McRae

Nottingham University

History

Witchcraft and Witch-Trials, c. 1450-1750

In this course, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb (University of Roehampton) explores the history of witchcraft and witch-hunting in Europe and the United States in the period 1450-1750. In the first module, we think about belief in witches and...

6 lectures

0:50:45

Prof. Suzannah Lipscomb

Roehampton University

History

Germany – Nazi Germany, 1933-45

In this course, Dr Lisa Pine (London South Bank University) explores several aspects of Nazi Germany. In the first module, we think about the rise of Nazism from the foundation of the DAP (later the NSDAP) in 1919 to Hitler's appointment as...

6 lectures

1:18:06

Dr Lisa Pine

London South Bank University

History

Germany – The Decline of the GDR, 1980-90

In this course, Professor Anna Saunders (University of Liverpool) explores the final decade of communist rule in East Germany, through six key questions: (1) To what extent did economic factors accelerate the demise of the GDR?; (2) To what extent...

6 lectures

0:57:49

Prof. Anna Saunders

Liverpool University

History

The Origins of the British Empire, 1500-1700

In this course, Professor Michael Braddick (University of Sheffield) explores the origins of the British Empire between 1500-1700. In the first module, we provide some thoughts on how we as historians can best approach such a complex historical...

6 lectures

0:59:36

Prof. Michael Braddick

Sheffield University

Classics & Ancient History

Seneca and Stoicism

In this course, Dr Liz Gloyn (Royal Holloway, University of London) thinks about Seneca's attitudes towards love and relationships in a course designed for the 'Love and Relationships' option for OCR A Level Classical Civilization (H408/32). in...

5 lectures

0:39:58

Dr Liz Gloyn

Royal Holloway, London

Classics & Ancient History

Apuleius: Cupid and Psyche

In this course, Professor Costas Panayotakis (Glasgow University) explores the story of Cupid and Psyche in Apuleius' Metamorphoses. In the first module, we provide a brief introduction to Apuleius and his Metamorphoses, before turning in the...

8 lectures

1:36:57

Prof. Costas Panayotakis

Glasgow University

History

The Black Panther Party, 1966-82

In this course, Dr Joe Street (Northumbria University) explores the Black Panther Party, the Black Power political organisation established by Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton on October 1966 in Oakland, California. In the first module, we think...

6 lectures

0:35:42

Dr Joe Street

Northumbria University

Classics & Ancient History

Ancient Thebes

In this course, Professor Paul Cartledge (University of Cambridge) explores the history of Thebes from the Mycenaean period (1600-1100 BC) to its destruction at the hands of Alexander the Great in 335 BC. In the first module, we think about the...

8 lectures

1:42:36

Prof. Paul Cartledge

Cambridge University

Classics & Ancient History

Pliny: Regulus

In this course, Dr Chris Whitton (University of Cambridge) explores the story of Regulus found in Pliny’s Epistles that forms one of the prose set texts for OCR GCSE Latin (J282). In the first module, we provide some of the social, cultural and...

3 lectures

0:26:00

Dr Christopher Whitton

Cambridge University