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Timetable

 

Lectures: Mondays, 10:00-11:00, Room Hum 5.45

Week

Lecture

Seminar

Term 1: Identity, political culture and revolutions

Introduction: the module's themes

 

 

Week 2

The seventeenth century legacy and the uses of the past

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Practicalities and a discussion of Britishness/identity

 

Week 3

Religious identity: anti-Catholicism, the Church of England and dissent

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No seminar

Week 4

Political identity and popular protest: Whigs, Jacobitism, Excise Crisis. Powerpoint (Powerpoint Presentation)

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Religion and Society

Week 5

Industrial Revolutions(Powerpoint Presentation)

 

Industrial origins and global implications  

Week 6

Reading Week  

Week 7

Print Culture

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News and newspapers in the Burney collection

 

 

Week 8

War and State Formation

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Servicemen and Civil Society

Week 9

Imperial identities: the 'first British Empire'

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Imperial dilemmas and the American Revolution

 

Week 10

The 'second British Empire'

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Film Discussion: The Patriot (2000)

Film Viewing: 3 December (Friday) in Hum 4.02 at 1900

Term 2: Week 1

Radicalism and the French Revolution

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 Popular politics

Week 2

The Electoral System

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Parliamentary Reform

 

 

Week 3

The Domestic Impact of the Napoleonic Wars

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Discussion of long essays

 

 

 

 

Week 4

Consumerism, luxury goods and colonial commodities

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India and the East India Company

Week 5

Slavery and Anti-Slavery

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Slavery and anti-slavery

Week 6

Reading Week

 


Week 7

Enlightenment and Scientific Culture

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The Enlightenment in Scotland and America

 

 

Week 8

Cultures of Collecting

Powerpoint (Powerpoint Presentation)

Trip to the Enlightenment Galleries at the British Museum (March 4th)

Week 9

Gender

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Women in Georgian Britain

Week 10

Patrician and Plebeian

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Film Discussion: The Duchess (2008)

Film Viewing: 11 March (Friday) Room H2.03 at 1900

 

Term 3: Week 1

Crime and punishment

PLEASE NOTE: ON ACCOUNT OF THE BANK HOLIDAY THE LECTURE WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY 3 MAY AT 9.00 IN H1.48

SEMINAR GROUP A (NEUFELD) WILL TAKE PLACE AT 10.00 IN H4. 01

Powerpoint (Powerpoint Presentation)

 

Law and Order at Old Bailey

Week 2

Towns

Powerpoint (Powerpoint Presentation)

Towns

Week 3 Class: patricians and plebians; see Term Two, Week 10 for Powerpoint and Podcast Revision seminars

Reynolds, George Clive and his Family with an Indian Maid (Staatliche Museum, Berlin)

Seminar times:

Group A: Mondays, 1200 to 1300, Room Hum. 3.46

Group B: Tuesdays, 1300 to 1400, Room Hum. 3.46

Dr Neufeld's Office Hours: Mondays, 1500 to 1630, Room Hum. 3.10

Mr McEvoy's Office Hours: Tuesdays, 1000 to 1200, Room Hum. 3.20

t.f.mcevoy@warwick.ac.uk