What is the course about?
Trace the historical roots of this conflict emphasising the peace process of the 1990s. We will look at the Madrid talks, the Oslo agreement, the Camp David talks and the recent Middle East Road map, as well as the latest developments on this stimulating interactive lecture course.
What will we cover?
The course will look at the Madrid talks, the Oslo agreements, the Camp David talks and the recent Middle Eastern road map.
What will I achieve?
By the end of this course you should be able to...
- Identify the key aspects of the historical roots of the conflict
- Analyse the peace process of the 1990s
- Identify opposing arguments about the conflict and its origins
- Derive information from a variety of sources.
What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?
This course is suitable both for newcomers to the subject and for those who have some background reading. You will need a good grasp of English to keep up with the course. An ability and willingness to read relevant works will increase what you get out of the course. However, as with most of our history and current affairs courses, an open mind and a willingness to listen to and think about views with which you do not always agree are more important than specific levels of skills.
How will I be taught, and will there be any work outside the class?
Interactive lecture and group discussion.
Are there any other costs? Is there anything I need to bring?
No, apart from note-taking materials.
When I've finished, what course can I do next?
Courses in the history section or a related subject.
General information and advice on courses at Build is available from the Student Centre and Library on Monday to Friday from 12:00 – 19:00.
See the course guide for term dates and further details