Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Early Modern (Tudor-Stuart) England (Britain) Syllabi (Revised)

from Making of the UK 1500-1750 (BL)
It has been a couple of years, since I revised the list of courses/universities adopting either Early Modern England and/or Sources and Debates in English History, 1485-1714, at some length (e.g., more than one chapter), and whose syllabus or course description are easily available (e.g., not behind an LMS wall). As we work on new editions of both, I thought I'd do so. Added to our list (in left column) are:

I have also updated the following links:
No longer available or readily located are: Early Modern England (Southern Utah), Early Modern Europe, 1500-1800 (Trent), England - Tudors and Stuarts (Pacific Lutheran), England to 1714 (Metropolitan State), Reformation Britain (Utah State), and Tudor and Stuart England, 1485-1689 (Dalhousie). Welcome new users, farewell to old, both in history and literature courses. It is intriguing to see how the subject is variously constructed in time - 1485, 1500, 1603, 1689, etc. - and space - England, Britain, British Isles.

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