Courses

The British Association of Local History (BALH) has teamed up with Pharos Tutors to offer short topic-based online courses on a variety of local and family history subjects. Most courses last 4 or 5 weeks and are reasonably-priced at around £50. Further information and booking here.

The University of Oxford’s Deparment for Continuing Education (OUDCE) is offering a number of short (mostly 10-week) online history courses. Further details and booking here.

The University of Oxford’s Deparment for Continuing Education (OUDCE)’s two-year part-time Undergraduate Diploma in English Social and Local History will run from late September 2022. There will be an on-line open event to find out more about the course and to meet the course director, Jonathan Healey, on Monday 7 February, 6pm to 8pm. Further information here.

OLHA committee member Liz Woolley is running her popular 10-week course The City of Oxford 1850-1914 from January to March 2022. A great opportunity to learn more about the social, cultural and economic history of Oxford’s “town” (as opposed “gown”) in the Victorian and Edwardian periods, and to set that history in the context of contemporary national development. The course is now fully-booked, but contact Liz to go on the waiting list for the next run. Further information here.

 

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