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The East Anglian fens were the largest wetlands in England until their drainage in the 17th century. This course explores the largely pastoral economy that they supported, the degree to which both land and water were managed across the period between c.400 and 1300, the respective influences of large abbeys and peasant communities in that management, and the importance of rights of common in their exploitation.

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Fees

The course fee includes tuition, tea, coffee and lunch and travel on excursions (but not entrance fees to properties visited).

VAT does not apply to course fees and there is no service charge (gratuities to domestic staff are left to your discretion).

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Cambridge University Press Bursaries for teachers

The Cambridge University Press (CUP) Bursary Fund offers a bursary of 50% of the course fee to applicants who teach in a UK state school or state-funded further education institution, applying to study a day school, weekend course or online course.

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Course dates

17 Nov 2018

Course duration

1 day(s)

Course fee

£99

Venue

Institute of Continuing Education
University of Cambridge
Cambridge
CB23 8AQ
UK

Qualifications / Credits

Non-accredited

Course code

1819NDX012