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A week packed with humanities taster sessions run by lecturers in English, Classics, Philosophy, Religion and Ethics.

This programme will take place from 14 June – 18 June 2021. The programme will involve a wide variety of sessions to prepare you for your application and life at University.

Please see below the timetable of sessions scheduled for this event:

Monday 14 June

16:00 – Classical Myth

16:45 – Character + Setting + Problem = Story

16:45 – Philosophy in a Time of Crisis

17:30 – Engaged Buddhism, Environmental Ethics and Xtinction Rebellion

Tuesday 15 June

16:00 – Coins and Inscriptions that Made History

16:45 – Language, Race, Identity: Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea, Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, and Rihanna’s “Work”

17:30 – Careers in Religion and Philosophy

Wednesday 16 June

16:00 – Ancient Art in the 21st Century Classroom

16:45 – Careers in English, Creative and Professional Writing

16:45 – German Responses to the Persecution of the Jews

17:30 – Islam and the Veil

Thursday 17 June

16:00 – Where can a degree in Classics take you?

16:45 – Bodies and Power, from Frankenstein to American poetry

17:30 – Animal rights

Friday 18 June

16:00 – Life as a humanities student at Roehampton webinar

16:45 – UB Live chat with students from each course


Register here.

If you have any questions about the taster week please email visitus@roehampton.ac.uk.