Early Modern British History
Formerly: HIST 502A
Social, cultural and political history of early modern England, with an emphasis on the 17th century. Topics include crime and print culture, the British Civil Wars, the execution of Charles I, radical religion and the Interregnum, patriarchy and authority, class conflict and social hierarchy, parents and children, marriage and gender. Provides advanced students a survey of some of the main primary sources, important secondary works and historiographical issues.
- Credit will be granted for only one of HSTR 502A, HIST 502A.
Graduate course in the History program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.