My Egyhptology course closes next week – time to look for something new top learn.
So, why not round it up with a course about India?
As a matter of fact, I already did a course, early this year, about British colonialism, the University of Exeter‘s Empire: the Controversies of British Imperialism, hosted by Futurelearn.
Not exactly about India, but wider in scope.
It was an excellent source of information and insights – and in case you’re interested, it will be available again starting on January the 11th.
Now, I’m changing platform, and going for a course on edX – which I never tried before.
The course is a ten weeks, self-paced course called Engaging India, provided by the Australian National University.
The course is geared towards interpreting the current culture and outlook of India, by looking at how modern tendencies developed.
Sounds like fun.
And yes, before you ask – I’m always on the lookout for interesting courses, and I plan to follow more.
And I accept suggestions!