361 SCHEDULE  

 

Introduction: (09/02-09/07)
(i) Basic factors
(ii) Economy and society
(iii) Government

 

The foundation of Tudor England: (09/09-09/14)
(i) The Wars of the Roses and their aftermath

(ii) Henry VII

Henry VIII and Wolsey (09/16-09/19)

Henry VIII and the Reformation: (09/21-26)
(i) from above
(ii) from below
(iii) the monasteries

Henry VIII - government and society (09/28)
 

Edward VI and: (09/30-10/05)
(i)  Somerset
(ii) Northumberland

Mary (10/05-10/07)

 

 FIRST MIDTERM, IN CLASS 10/10 (MONDAY)

 

The reign of Elizabeth (10/12-10/14)

Elizabethan: (10/17-10/24)
 (i) Government
(ii) Parliaments
(iiI) Puritanism
(iv) Catholicism

Elizabethan exploration and foreign policy (10/26)

 

Stuart England 1603-1642 (10/28-10/31)

Jacobean England: (10/31-11/2)
(i) the age of Salisbury
(ii) the rule of the Howards

 

TERM PAPER DUE IN CLASS, 11/04

 

James and Buckingham (11/04)

Charles I and the crisis of 1625-9 (11/07-11/11)

Charles I: the personal rule 1629-40  (11/14-16)

The Civil War and its origins 1640-2 (11/21)

 

SECOND MIDTERM, IN CLASS 11/18 (FRIDAY)

 

THANKSGIVING RECESS, 11/23-11/27

 

The first Civil War, 1642-6 (11/28-11/30)

The English Revolution, 1647-9 (12/2-12/5)

The Commonwealth and Protectorate 1649-58 (12/7-9)

The end of the Protectorate and the Restoration, 1658-60 (12/12)

Science, thought, religion and culture in mid-seventeenth century England (12/14)

 

FINAL EXAM, TAKE HOME, DUE NOON 12/18 (SEE THE TOP OF THIS PAGE.)