29 January 2021
Arts and Humanitiesonline course
Join a global learning community of like-minded people on the Virtual Winter Festival of Learning, from 18-29 January 2021. Discover a range of exciting courses in Arts and Humanities, ranging from 'The Winter's Tale: Shakespeare's late magical romance' and 'The plague of company’? : poets and painters in Shakespeare’s England' to 'Reading Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf' and 'Artemisia Gentileschi: a Baroque artist in context'.
Courses are taught by leading Cambridge academics and expert guest speakers. Please note, only our courses taking place in week two are now available to book.
Alongside our Winter Festival courses, we are also offering a series of over 30 talks, showcasing the variety of subjects on offer here at the University, and covering the latest research, global current affairs and a range of other topics. The series will include talks on: Artificial Intelligence; Christmas in Cambridge; Pandemic politics; The rise of the superbug; Sherlock Holmes; Stonehenge and The Edwardians and architectural truth. You can sign up for the talks until 10 February.
GBP 149: Each course costs £149. The series of talks costs £50, anyone who buys a course receives free access to the series of talks.