Lady Esther Gilbert presents an A to Z of wanderings through Jewish history with Sir Martin Gilbert, focusing on sites that are particularly laden with historical significance, from Anchorage to Zaverichchya.
A four part course exploring the chequered history of Britain’s relationship with refugees, past and present. Professor Tony Kushner will explore how refugees were treated, how they were defined in law, and how they created their identities in places of asylum.
This four-week introductory course explores various kinds of wartime filmmaking, including documentary, newsreel, drama and comedy. Through analysing key films and their associated artistic movements and cultural contexts, Dr Julia Wagner explores how contemporary attitudes were shaped and reflected by film.