English Literature

Conflict (Edexcel Poetry Anthology)

Conflict (Edexcel Poetry Anthology)

In this course, Professor John McRae (University of Nottingham) explores the fifteen poems that make up the ‘Conflict’ cluster for GCSE English Literature (Edexcel). Each poem is read in full, with a short commentary highlighting aspects ...

Prof. John McRae

Nottingham University

English Literature

Love and Relationships (AQA Poetry Anthology)

Love and Relationships (AQA Poetry Anthology)

In this course, Professor John McRae (University of Nottingham) explores the fifteen poems that make up the ‘Love and Relationships’ cluster for GCSE English Literature (AQA). Each poem is read in full, with a short commentary highlighting ...

Prof. John McRae

Nottingham University

History

Enslaved Women in the United States, c.1815-61

Enslaved Women in the United States, c.1815-61

In this course, Professor Emily West (University of Reading) explores the experience of enslaved women in the United States during the Antebellum Period (1815-61). In the first module, we provide a broad introduction to the history of slavery in the ...

Prof. Emily West

Reading University

Philosophy

Metaethics: Moral Anti-Realism

Metaethics: Moral Anti-Realism

In this course, Dr Luke Elson (University of Reading) explores what it means to be a moral anti-realist. We begin in the first module by thinking about what moral anti-realism actually is. After that, in the second module, we outline four reasons why ...

Dr Luke Elson

Reading University

History

The Nazi Concentration Camps, 1933-45

The Nazi Concentration Camps, 1933-45

In this course, Professor Nik Wachsmann (Birkbeck, University of London) explores the history of the Nazi concentration camps. We begin with a general introduction to the Nazi concentration camp system in module one. The second module considers ...

Prof. Nik Wachsmann

Birkbeck College, London

English Literature

Shakespeare: King Lear

Shakespeare: King Lear

In this twenty-five part course, Professor John McRae (University of Nottingham) explores Shakespeare’s King Lear. We begin with a broad introduction to the historical, political and intellectual context of early 17th-century England. After that, ...

Prof. John McRae

Nottingham University