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Seminar Group 7

Tutor: David Nicoll Office-hour: Thursdays 11-12, H.336.

Contact email: d.nicoll@warwick.ac.uk

Seminar time / venue: Thursdays at 3-4pm in H0.03

Students: Summer, Ummiya, Nicholas, Glory, Alfie, Darcey, Aisha, Chloe, Harri, Richard, Hattie, Anastasia, Nell, Ash, Thomas, Imogen


Week 11

Read the 'essential reading' and the primary source.

Read another source from ‘recommended reading’


Week 10

Read the 'essential reading' and the primary source, along with a source from the 'further reading'.

Use these sources to prepare a short 200 word answer to a seminar question.

‘Global Trade or Economy’ (don’t forget to read the primary source and essential reading as well as one source from this section):Summer, Ummiya, Nick, Chloe, Richard, Hattie, Nell, Thomas

‘Commodities’ (don’t forget to read the primary source and essential reading as well as one source from this section): Glory, Alfie, Darcey, Aisha, Harri, Anastasia, Ash, Imogen


Week 9 - no seminar due to strike


Week 8

Read the ‘Essential Reading’, and read a couple of pages of one of the electronic resources on the right-hand side of the page, such as Columbus’ letters or ‘John Carter Brown Archive of Early American Images’. You should have enough knowledge to be able to explain what you chose, and what you liked about it.


Week 7

Read two of the three sources under ‘recommended reading’.

Using the seminar questions, reflect on how the different historical actors you come across in the reading and lectures may have interacted with each other.


Week 6 - reading week


Week 5

Read ‘essential reading’ and the primary source

Look briefly at the sixteenth-century costume guide located on the right-hand side of the page, under the link ‘British Library Resources on Sixteenth-Century Costume’.

Week 4

Monstrous Births Case Study: Read the two broadsheets on EEBO

Read Julie Crawford’s Marvellous Protestantism: Monstrous Births in Post-Reformation England (chapter 2)

Read another source from ‘recommended reading’ or ‘further reading’

 

Week 3

Read ‘essential reading’ and the primary source

Read another source from ‘recommended reading’

 

Week 2

Read ‘essential reading’ and the primary source

Read another source from ‘recommended reading’

 

Week 1

Read ‘essential reading’

Prepare seminar questions