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This Summer school course looks at the influence and contribution five key families in shaping today’s Italy. In the 15th and 16th centuries the principalities that became Italy were alive with new ideas. The boundaries of art, architecture, music, science, politics, religion and literature were pushed. It was also riven by bitter rivalry and even open warfare between the numerous independent city states.
Summer School tour that examines the Heritage Homes & Gardens of Southern Tasmania
Convicts and Emigrants in Colonial Tasmania – With a focus on women’s experiences
This course will investigate contemporary accounts of Roman of the path to occupation and then settlement in Britain and Gaul. This class will endeavour to consider and discuss the contribution Rome and the Romans had on the places controlled by these invaders.
Discover five masterpieces of world cinema in this new Summer School tour.