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Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)

Hadrian’s Wall showcases the astonishing transformational power of the Roman Empire. The latest archaeological work is revealing how the decision to split Britain in two with a frontier changed life in the region forever. While some communities were broken apart, so too new ones were forged by individuals drawn from across the Roman world. Outcomes ranged from resistance to flourishing multicultural communities, creating numerous legacies. This course will examine the Wall alongside Rome’s other frontiers, and also ask what lessons this ancient system holds for the modern era, when border barriers are proliferating once more.

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Course dates

28 Jul 2024 to 03 Aug 2024

Course duration

1 week

Apply by

23 Jun 2024

Course director

Academic Directors, Course Directors and Tutors are subject to change, when necessary.

Venue

International Summer Programme
Sidgwick Site
Cambridge
United Kingdom

Qualifications / Credits

Credits dependent on home institution

Teaching sessions

Meetings: 5

Course code

W45Am23