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Lectures - The Medieval World 1200 - 1500 (HI127)

TERM ONE    
     
1. The Medieval World Penny Roberts Tues 7 Oct 1-2pm (LIB1)
     
FEUDALISM AND THE MANOR    
2. Defining Feudalism: The Debate Penny Roberts Fri 10 Oct 11-12am (F110)
3. The Decline of Feudalism Penny Roberts Tues 14 Oct 1-2pm (LIB1)
4. Life on the Medieval Manor Penny Roberts Tues 21 Oct 1-2pm (LIB1)
     
THE ECONOMY OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE    
5. The Rise of Towns Kevin Gould Tues 28 Oct 1-2pm (LIB1)
6. The Commercial Revolution Kevin Gould Fri 31 Oct 11-12am (F110)
7. The Black Death Matt Milner Tues 11 Nov 1-2pm (LIB1)
8. The Renaissance Economy Matt Milner Tues 18 Oct 1-2pm (LIB1)
     
THE MEDIEVAL CHURCH    
9. The Papacy: Reform and Resistance Penny Roberts Tues 25 Nov 1-2pm (LIB1)
10. Medieval Monasticism Penny Roberts Fri 28 Nov 11-12am (F110)
11. Heretics and Saints: Cathars and Friars Penny Roberts Tues 2 Dec 1-2pm (LIB1)
     
TERM TWO    
     
12. The Great Schism and the Councils    
13. Lollards and Hussites    
     
WOMEN AND THE FAMILY    
     
14. Medieval Women    
15. Medieval Marriage    
16. Medieval Family    
     
INTELLECTUAL AND CULTURAL LIFE    
     

17. The Twelfth-Century Renaissance

   
18. The Rise of the Universities    
19. The Italian Renaissance    
     
GOVERNMENT AND WARFARE    
     
20. The Government of France and England in the Thirteenth Century    
21. The Hundred Years War    
22. The Conduct of Warfare in the Middle Ages    
23. Recovery or Innovation? The Government of France and England 1450-1500    
     
TERM THREE    
     
EUROPE AND THE WIDER WORLD    
     
24. Byzantium and the Rise of Islam    
25. The Crusades    
26. Europe and Asia 1200-1400    
27. Christopher Columbus, Vasco da Gama, and the Age of Discoveries