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Les formations en ligne (FLOTs ou MOOCs)

Cette page vous propose une sélection des formations en ligne en lien avec la sphère anglophone.
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Beyond the Ballot: Women’s Rights and Suffrage from 1866 to Today Royal Holloway University of London, Houses of Parliament 6th February 2018 will mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, the change in the law that gave (some) women the right to vote in Westminster elections for the first time. On this course you will travel back to the nineteenth century to explore the legal, social and economic frameworks that limited women’s rights prior to the vote and discover the pioneering women campaigning for change. You will learn the story of how and why the vote was extended to women in 1918, the movements behind this change and how the struggle for equality continued throughout the twentieth century. Début : 05/02/2018
3 semaines
Early Modern Scottish Palaeography: Reading Scotland's Records University of Glasgow Palaeography is the study of ancient handwriting and a vital skill in the historian’s toolkit. It is essential when conducting research on early modern Scotland – a period of profound political, religious and social change the effects of which can still be felt today. On this course you’ll travel back through Scottish history by studying material from the National Records of Scotland and other archives. You’ll explore diverse topics in Scotland’s past, get an introduction to various forms of historical sources and develop your own palaeography skills. Début : 05/02/2018
3 semaines
From State Control to Remote Control: Warfare in the 21st Century University of Bath States are increasingly using remote control methods, such as drones, private military companies and special operations units, to engage in activities traditionally performed by conventional armed forces. This course looks at the reasons why, including technological innovation; security privatisation; and risk aversion among politicians and the public. It also studies the opportunities that remote methods provide to circumvent the law. We’ll ask how our understanding of war and security is changing, and how states in the future will ensure our security through such non-traditional means. Début : 05/02/2018
5 semaines
Literature of the English Country House The University of Sheffield Investigate and discuss the role and representation of the English country house in literature, and learn how to build your own authoritative interpretation of these texts. For over 450 years, country houses have attracted the attention of celebrated writers like Jane Austen and Charles Dickens. We’ll trace this history with experts from the University of Sheffield’s School of English who will share with us the approaches that they take in their own research. Début : 05/02/2018
6 semaines