Plenty on Offer for a Stimulating Summer!
University of Leicester's Institute of Lifelong Learning is offering people a
walk on the wild side!
University's adult learning centre, Vaughan College, still has places for a
Saturday course on 8 June - Flowers and Wildlife of Old Railway Habitats.
An indoor morning session and lunch at Vaughan College will be followed
by an afternoon field visit to one or more old railway sites with the tutor John
more serious and topical subject is explored on Saturday, June 15 when Vaughan
College will be the venue for a day school on Terrorism and Political Ideology
given by Richard Thackrah.
Among the questions to be considered will be:
how can nations stop more deadly forms of terrorism developing and will
solving the world's regional conflicts end terrorism?
and Ethnic Studies on Saturday, June 22 is intended as a 'taster' course for
anyone interested in enrolling for the Certificate of Higher Education in Black
and Ethnic Studies, to be offered at Vaughan College from September 2002.
The tutor will be Anthony Ramsey and the day will outline the historic
development of Black and Ethnic Studies, and will identify the subject's origins
Adams will be the tutor for Preparing to be Published on Saturday, June 29.
Jane has been teaching on the Creative Writing courses at Vaughan College
this year and will be one of the tutors on the new Certificate in Creative
Writing which begins on Wednesday evenings in late September.
July, students can delve into Antony and Cleopatra - a three day course (1-3
July) led by Mary Mestecky, including a coach visit to Stratford for a talk on
the stage history of the play and a seat at the evening performance on 2 July.
Tuesday 16 July, Thomas Cook will be the subject of David Brandon's dayschool at
Vaughan College. This
informative and stimulating course will appeal to those interested in local
history, social and cultural history, the Victorian period and the history of
taking place on 16 July from 10 am - 4 pm will be Talking Pages: Dialogue and
Storytelling with Jane Adams and Stuart Hill.
The course continues from 2 - 7 pm on Wednesday 17 July, with an evening
of storytelling performed in the grounds of the Jewry wall Museum.
further details of these courses, for a copy of our part-time Degree, Diploma
and Certificate Courses booklet, or to reserve a copy of the College prospectus
for the year ahead, please telephone 0116 251 7368, email email@example.com.
Early enrolment is required as spaces are limited.
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