Since 2013 we have supported a community course led by Durham University postgraduate and early career researchers.
Previous courses include 'Alchemy, Astronomy, Witchcraft and Magic, c. 500-1700 AD', and others have focussed on Durham in medieval and early modern society, ranging from literature and warfare to religion and rural society.
Lessons have included: Plague, Population and Protest, Reading Medieval Manuscripts, Stories of Durham and Rural Society in the Palatinate of Durham
MEMSA COMMUNITY COURSE 2019 - details to follow.
COURSE VENUE: World Heritage Site Visitor Centre, 7 Owengate, Durham, DH1 3HB
TIME FOR ALL SESSIONS: 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
FORMAT OF THE COURSE:
Lecture from 6.30 pm - 7.15 pm
Coffee from 7.15 pm - 7.30 pm
Followed by an Interactive Session from 7.30 pm - 8.30 pm
FURTHER INFORMATION: For further details: Email MEMSA at email@example.com
We would like to offer our combined specialised expertise and would love to receive in return new perspectives on problems which we deal with on a day-to-day basis from your own knowledge and experience.Postgraduate student course tutors
It was great to meet and listen to Durham students, who were all enthusiastic. Tutors were energetic and able to impart knowledge easily and in an interesting manner.Community Course student
This course has been excellent. The material was well considered and well structured. It was delivered by tutors who conveyed their knowledge and enthusiasm to the participants.Community Course student