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1st June, 2015

Annual Humanities Summer School

Event Details

Date:
1st June, 2015
Time:
Monday and Thursday evenings 6.30-8pm
End Date:
30th June, 2015

Are you 18-30? Do you love the arts and want to study but don’t feel you can take on the debt to go to university? The IF Project runs a four-week humanities Summer School every year in June, in Central London. Read on to find out more and apply.

IF’s Summer School is an annual event introducing a free taster of lectures in humanities subjects and why they matter today.

Through lectures and discussions Summer School students:

  • Lay the foundations of future personal and group study in the humanities via introductions to undergraduate-level Literature and History, Visual Arts and Political Philosophy.
  • Discover how these subjects provide the tools to go beneath the surface of everyday life to the cultural foundations of contemporary ideas, institutions, brands, and habits.

Top lecturers donate time to teach and the syllabus includes cultural events taking place around London.

Check out a blog on last year’s Summer School

Contributing lecturers include:

Professor Rosemary Ashton, Emeritus Quain Professor of English Language and Literature at UCL

Professor Glen Newey, Professor of Political Theory at Université Libre de Bruxelles

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