Tutor: Professor Peter Marshall
Office: H317, third floor of the Humanities Building
Office Hours: Wednesdays 10.00-11.00; Thursdays 3.00-4.00.
Seminar Times: Thursdays 9.00-11.00 H104; Thursdays 1.00-3.00 H347
**NOTES ON PREPARING FOR THE TAKE-HOME EXAM 2020: SEE HERE
**SAMPLE EXAM PAPER: SEE HERE
This module will explore the impact and significance of religious developments in England in the reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603), with the aim of showing how they transformed society, culture and politics at both national and local levels.
This is a 30 CATS advanced optional module, only available to final-year undergraduate students, and does not require any prerequisite modules from previous years of study. Students not studying a single or joint honours history degree will not normally be permitted to take this module.