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Research Skills Course - Individual Lectures
Fri, 20 Jan 2017, 19:00 – Tue, 28 Mar 2017, 22:00 GMT
We are now able to offer a few places for individual sessions of this course. They will cost £28 each. This compares with the cost of the full course - £265 or c.£22 a session - so if you want to attend several it might be cheaper to book the whole course or share a full place with a friend.
Unfortunately It's too complicated and time consuming to set up a page for each lecture SO please just book your tickets and email us @ email@example.com and let us know which ones you want to come to. If by any chance we can't squeeze you in then obviously you'll get a full refund.
The class runs from 10.30 until 1.00 each morning, and there is normally a short brreak. Coffee/tea and light refreshments are available in the IHR Common Room but only after 10.30. The small coffee stall in South Block of Senate House [at the opposite end of the entrance hall to the IHR] is pen earlier and you're welcome to bring a drink into the class with you.
We often have a waiting list for places on our courses so if you book a place but are unable to use it for any reason, then either find a friend who'd like to come [and tell us!] or email us and we will try and resell it if we can. In thats possible then we will be happy to refund your payment less Eventbrite's fees, otherwise we regret we cannot offer a refund. In the unlikely event of a cancellation of a lecture for any reason we will endeavour to arrange a replacement session as soon as possible.
Before you book please note that the programme is provisional, and there might be minor changes to it. If you book a particular lecture and it is moved to another date then of course we’ll tell you as soon as we can and you’ll have the right to a refund if you can’t make the new date.
Get in touch if there's anything else you want to know.... firstname.lastname@example.org
PROVISIONAL OUTLINE PROGRAMME
RESEARCH SKILLS & SOURCES COURSE
10 Jan Cartography as a source for garden history, Dr David Marsh
17 Jan Early Modern Sources for garden history, Dr David Marsh
24 Jan Sources for Architecture & Gardens, Dr Paula Henderson
31 Jan Photography as a source for garden history, Dr Rebecca Preston
7 Feb Sources for 18thc gardens, Michael Symes
14 Feb Sources for 19thc gardens, Dr Brent Elliott & Elizabeth Koper
21 Feb Sources for 20thc gardens, Tim Richardson
28 Feb Art as a source for garden history, Christine Lalumia
7 March Researching Gardens Overseas, speakers will include Advolly Richmond, Dr David Marsh, Dr Sarah Law [venue: the Library and Archive, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew tbc]
14 March Garden Archaeology, Museum of London Archaeology Service [venue their HQ, Eagle Wharf Road, N1]
21 March Recording your Findings, Linden Groves and Christine Addison from The Gardens Trust
Almost free optional extra! Afternoon visit to the RHS Lindley Library - Elizabeth Koper [The RHS request a donation of £3
28 March, Case Studies in Research, speakers will include Kate Harwood. Others tbc