Professor Robert Bucholz - A History Of England From The Tudors To The Stuarts (Part II) album download
Narrator – Professor Robert Bucholz. Part of The Great Courses series. Packaged in plastic library case with accompanying booklet.
Narrator – Professor Robert Bucholz.
England's changing social, economic, religious, and political structures unfold while first the Tudors (1485-1603) and then the Stuarts (1603-1714) establish their monarchies, and you hear the facts behind dramatic stories: Henry VIII's wives and his fear that a woman would rule The reigns of Henry's three children: Edward VI, "Bloody Mary," and popular Elizabeth I James I's. insistence that the monarchy be stronger than Parliament Charles I in his best attire, walking to his own beheading James II believing Britain couldn't live without him William III, invi.
Professor Robert Bucholz presents a sweeping, 48-lecture course on one of the most intriguing times in modern history. England's changing social, economic, religious, and political structures unfold while first the Tudors (1485–1603) and then the Stuarts (1603–1714) establish their monarchies, and you hear the facts behind dramatic stories: Henry VIII's wives and his fear that a woman would rule. The listener will find no dry history here, but a colorful album of real peoples' memories. Two Strong Queens and an Execution. This is a course filled with drama.
A Terrific Story" Professor Robert Bucholz presents a sweeping, 48-lecture course on one of the most intriguing times in modern history
This sweeping course traces England’s dynamic rise to 'great power' status over the course of 229 years from the Tudor monarchy to the beginning of the 18th century. The course also contrasts the physical and social realities of England during this period with the very different experiences of Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. People Who Liked A History of England from the Tudors to the Stuarts Also Liked These Free Titles
Learn how England transformed itself from a medieval backwater into the first modern state in this sweeping course on one of the most interesting periods in hi. A look at the scope of the course, the significance of English history, and why this Early-Modern period was crucial not only to the development of England, but to transatlantic civilization itself. 1. England 1485–1714, the First Modern Country. 0 of 31 min. 2. The Land and Its People in 1485-I.
|A||The Last Years Of Henry VIII—1540-47|
|E||The Elizabeth Settlement—1558-68|
|F||Set In A Dangerous World—1568-88|
|G||Heart And Stomach Of A Queen—1588-1603|
|H||That Land And Its People In 1603|
|I||Private Life—The Elite|
|J||Private Life—The Commoners|
|K||The Ties That Bound|
|L||Order And Disorder|
- Narrator [Lecturer] – Professor Robert Bucholz
NotesPart of The Great Courses series.
Packaged in plastic library case with accompanying booklet.
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