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We will study how women's relationship to the Jewish religion and community is represented in two novels by Jewish women writers a century apart: Amy Levy's 'Reuben Sachs' (1888) and Naomi Alderman's...more
Duration: 1 day
The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) offers part-time and short courses for adults of all ages.
The Domesday Book, compiled in 1086, is the first wide-ranging description of the English landscape. Yet, because its origins remain opaque, the interpretation of its entries is often unclear. This course...more
Duration: 3 days
Short (less than 7 days)
Do you want to take your cake decorating creations to a new level? Learn new cake decorating ideas and baking techniques
Basic cake decorating workshop (group session) (FREE CAKE BOOK for all Students) Would you like to turn your passion into cash? Are you creative or enterprising? If the answer is yes Then...more
Duration: 8 hours
Short (less than 7 days)
We offer everyone an opportunity to learn something new or gain qualifications from over 3,500 courses, taught by inspiring tutors.
Do you enjoy reading and talking about books? Do you love ideas and narratives? The course will help you deepen your understanding of the books selected, grow pleasure in reading and meeting people who...more
Duration: 18 Hours
The WEA is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of high quality adult education with classes across the country.
Although Chekhov remains best-known, at least in Western Europe, for his famous late plays, he was also a writer of remarkable short stories throughout his literary career. We shall discuss a range of his...more
Duration: 11 weeks
Different times are available for this course
Stamina. Lightning-fast reactions. A good memory. Solid public speaking skills. Wide general knowledge. The ability to get on with all kinds of people. These are just some of the talents you’ll need to be an interpreter ! Interpreting ...
It wasn’t until we spoke to some of the experts on this page that we realised how difficult interpreting actually was. Imagine having to repeat word for word what someone is saying as they speak at the speed of normal conversation; now repeat...