History - Making Waves: The Development of Brighton - a Unique Resort, Short course
We study Brighton’s history, discussing possible explanations for its rise in popularity, fame, infamy, and unique development; considering why a poor fishing town should have developed into something more than just a seaside resort.
Course aims and areasWe focus on aspects that have made Brighton an unusual resort, including its ‘racy’ image and interwar razor gangs. Other topics include poverty and slum housing and how rapid expansion causes problems as well as prosperity.
Illustrated with maps, PowerPoint, prints, paintings and texts.
Why the MET?
Our experienced teaching staff are passionate about their areas of expertise and are committed to helping you to attain your learning goals and meet your personal aims.
Without a doubt, one of the reasons we know you will love studying at Brighton MET is the location of our Central Campus. Right in the heart of Brighton’s world-famous North Laine, the College is within walking distance of all the city’s main amenities – the award-winning city library, the independent shops and eateries, and the beach.
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