The world the English (and Welsh, Scots, Irish) created between the mid-15th and the mid-18th centuries
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Scholar's Choice, Tudor Challenge
Edward Hall, The Union of the Two
Noble and Illustre Famelies (1550).
Undergraduate group “a” discussion leaders have been asked to provide 1-2 sentences for each of 3 documents from Key and Bucholz, Sources and Debates, ch. 2 “Reviving the Crown, Empowering the State: the Tudor Challenge,” as to what seems useful or interesting about the document, in a comment below (beginning with the one they'd most like to examine/explain/contextualize). [By Sept. 3. Sat., Group a recommendations are due (online); document assignments & readings distributed by Sun./Mon.; Sept. 8. Thurs. Presentations.] (Joel has already submitted same, so I provide his as the first example.)
Newton Key is Professor of British and early modern history at Eastern Illinois University; co-author of Early Modern England, and co-editor of Sources and Debates in English History, both 2nd ed., 2009. Follow on Academia, Twitter, or Bundlr.