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Metaethics: Moral Realism
In this course, Professor Philip Stratton-Lake (University of Reading) explores what it means to be a moral realist. We begin in the first two modules by outlining the three commitments of moral realism. In the third module, we think about two arguments ...
Prof. Philip Stratton-Lake
In this course, Professor Nick Groom (University of Exeter) explores Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel, ‘Dracula’. In the first module, we provide a short history of vampires from the blood-sucking demons of the ancient world to the present day. In the ...
Prof. Nick Groom
In this twelve-part course, Dr Ross Wilson (University of Cambridge) explores Romanticism, the literary movement that originated in Europe toward the end of the eighteenth century. In the first module, we think about the question of genre in ...
Dr Ross Wilson
Russia: The Great Terror, 1936-38
In this course, Professor James Harris (University of Leeds) thinks about the Great Terror, Stalin’s campaign of political repression between 1936-38 that left more than 750,000 dead. In the first module, we think about the sources available for studying ...
Prof. James Harris
Germany in the First World War, 1914-18
In this course, Professor Matthew Stibbe (Sheffield Hallam University) thinks about the experience of ordinary Germans in the First World War. We begin by thinking about the attitudes of Germans towards the declaration of war in 1914, focusing in ...
Prof. Matthew Stibbe
Sheffield Hallam University
The Poetry of the First World War
In this course, Dr Peter Howarth (Queen Mary University of London) explores the poetry of the First World War. We begin in the first module by providing a broad introduction to war poetry, thinking in particular about the basic conflict between war ...
Dr Peter Howarth
Queen Mary, University of London