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How does the media affect us? Find out and improve your media literacy by learning how to analyse media, film and culture.
How do celebrities affect our identity? Find out with an introduction to intersectional studies of gender and celebrity.
Answer some of the big questions about being human, and get an introduction to the skills needed in the humanities.
Get the most out of online learning by reflecting and sharing your learning with others.
Explore online communities, social media and ways to manage your finances and health online.
Learn how to practise Meyerhold’s biomechanics and study its place in the history of physical theatre.
Learn to appreciate, adjust to, and work or study in different cultures, with this free online intercultural communication course.
What does it mean to be European? Discover European cultures, identities and policies with this course.
Learn about Meyerhold’s form of physical theatre, biomechanics, and understand and perform ‘The Slap’.
Explore the intriguing world of film production and find out about the complexities of development, distribution and finance.
How has the cultural sector been affected by technology? Has tech created new opportunities? Get answers with this course.
Get an introduction to museum studies with this free online course. Learn about the people and ideas that shape museums today
Understand the basics of poetry analysis and learn key skills for studying English literature by exploring a variety of texts.
Explore global issues and discover how cultural divides and security threats impact foreign affairs and global policies.
Understand the basics of Islamic and Arabic calligraphy and develop your calligraphy skills.
Examine perspectives on society, and the cultural issues facing society. Apply sociological theory to researching social groups.
Explore how money, investment and finance have been represented in arts, literature and popular culture over the last 300 years.
Explore the history of web comics, and learn how to make your own digital comic with software on this interactive course.
Enrich your mind, diversify your skills and safeguard your future with our new work-ready arts degree at the University of Newcastle (UON).
Learn about the history, production and design of papers used inside Japanese rare books.
Explore how British kings and queens have influenced fashion over 500 years. In partnership with Historic Royal Palaces.
A short course looking at the history, sociology and politics of football, including focuses on the World Cup and Leicester City.
Get an introduction to Hispanic culture through the films of Luis Buñuel, Pedro Almodóvar and Guillermo del Toro.
Learn about the psychology of music and movement, and how researchers study music-related movements, with this free online course.
Find out about inspiring projects created by Chinese artists to address important social issues, with this free online course.
Explore the important roles that books have played in the cultural history of Japan.
Explore how Much Ado about Nothing is performed and interpreted, from original stagings to the modern day, with this free course.