This course can be recorded in your VU transcript.
starts 25 May
In this free online course, you will study the subject of physical and mental trauma, its treatments and its representation. You will focus not only on the trauma experienced by combatants but also the effects of World War I on civilian populations. Over three weeks, you’ll learn just how devastating the effects of World War I were in terms of casualties across the many combatant nations, and examine the problem of "shell shock" and how deeply it affected the lives of those who lived through it. You will also develop the skills to carry out your own independent research.
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