Weekly lectures with Q&A
Structured as a series of 4, 6 or 8 lectures on a given topic, our lecture series offer a comprehensive introduction to your chosen subject.
All lecture series may be attended online; some of them may also be attended in person. They are offered in the following two formats:
Online - live: a blend of pre-recorded lectures and live Q&A sessions, held entirely online.
Hybrid teaching: these are live lectures you can attend either at Rewley House in Oxford, or online.
No coursework is required for either format.
View all lecture series or browse by format below.
Our 'online - live' lecture series are a blend of pre-recorded lectures and live Q&A sessions, held entirely online. Series are formed of either 8 pre-recorded lectures with 2 live Q&A sessions, or 4 pre-recorded lectures with 1 live Q&A session.
- Climate Change: An Interdisciplinary Lecture Series (04 Oct-26 Nov 2021)
- Decolonisation at the Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford (11 Oct-05 Nov 2021)
- Tales of the Unexpected: Local Histories of English Magic and the Supernatural (24 Jan-17 Feb 2022)
- The Epic in English-Language Poetry (02-27 May 2022)
Our 'hybrid teaching' lecture series consist of lectures and panel discussions live-streamed from Rewley House in Oxford. You can join us in person or online. Each of these series is formed of 6 lectures.
- Early Chinese Philosophy (18 Oct-22 Nov 2021)
- Six Spanish Masters (20 Oct-24 Nov 2021)
- Tsars and Commissars: The Rulers Who Made Russia Great (22 Oct-26 Nov 2021)
- Living in a Roman City (28 Oct-02 Dec 2021)
- Six Romanesque Churches in Context (02 Nov-07 Dec 2021)
- Portraiture: A History of the Art (13 Jan-17 Feb 2022)
- Britain and the Spanish Civil War (25 Jan-01 Mar 2022)
- Art, Light and Colour from Turner to Turrell (26 Jan-02 Mar 2022)
If you have a question about any of our lecture series, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org