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Imperialism is often caused by struggles in the homeland. Rome and the Aztec capital, Tenochtitlan, both projected and diverted the stresses of rapid urban growth abroad. The chief problems were sociological, political and administrative. Investigating them takes us from palaces to banlieues and from temples and theatres to taverns.

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Course dates

06 Aug 2018 to 17 Aug 2018

Course duration

2 weeks

Apply by

23 Jul 2018

Venue

International Summer Programmes
Sidgwick Site
Cambridge
United Kingdom
01223 760850

Teaching sessions

Meetings: 10

Course code

B32