This online training course provides a simple, contextual overview of international boundaries and the practical measures that can be taken to resolve international boundary disputes. Through a series of short online lectures and a final practical exercise, the course explores the relevance of borders and looks at land and maritime boundary disputes, before covering methods available for dispute resolution.
This exhibition showcases the work of the professional artists and craftswomen who do so much to preserve and transfer traditional knowledge and skills, adapting them for new audiences and popularising Central Asian folk art. Alongside photographs of the women practicing a variety of traditional craft techniques will be examples of their textile work.
This exhibition explores how photography turned Tutankhamun into a global sensation. It shows the most famous photographic images in archaeology, from the most famous of archaeological finds: the tomb of Tutankhamun.
Marking the 100th anniversary of the tomb’s discovery in November 1922, this exhibition created by Durham University academic, Prof Christina Riggs, examines the striking images created by photographer Harry Burton during the decade-long excavation.
09 December 2022 - 24 June 2023
12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Outdoor Art Gallery, Bill Bryson Library Square, Durham University, Durham DH1 3LE
This interdisciplinary forum covers a wide range of medieval and early modern topics. It is designed to bring together members, including students, from across our departments, as well as from outside Durham University.
The Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience and After Disasters Network invites you to an interdisciplinary sandbox on how small jurisdictions around the world can become more resilient to the consequences of disasters, specifically by helping each other.
31 January 2023
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Ushaw College, Durham & via zoom please register here