The world the English (and Welsh, Scots, Irish) created between the mid-15th and the mid-18th centuries
Sunday, September 04, 2011
Scholar's Choice, Religious Reformations (pre-1547)
J. Foxe, Acts and Monuments
Undergraduate group “b” discussion leaders have been asked to provide 1-2 sentences for each of 3 documents from Key and Bucholz, Sources and Debates, ch. 3 “Religious Reformations” [docs. 3.1-3.11], 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. 9. Fri., Group b recommendations are due (online); document assignments & readings distributed by Sun.; Sept. 15. Thurs. Presentations.]
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.