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Protected: Lecture notes 1 – The British Isles in 1688

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New Years Benefit Ball in San Francisco

by Robert Warren Cromey[1] Each year at Gay Pride time we read and hear about Stonewall. The Stonewall riots in New York City are assumed to be the beginning of the gay rights movement in the United States. A new … Continue reading

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Protected: Lecture 4 – Immigration and multiculturalism

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Homework for 13th Oct

Study the text p. 24 in the brochure. 1. What do you find particularly interesting in the text? Why? 2. Is there a link between what you find interesting and Disraeli’s intention when he made this speech? (Don’t give a … Continue reading

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Protected: Wednesday afternoon group – choice of assignment theme

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Protected: Wednesday morning group – Choice of assignment theme

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Protected: Sujet d’examen de 2e session (session de rattrapage)

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Protected: Correction de la dissertation – visioconférence du 5 mai

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Recommended online readings

Cambridge University Press are making their online books freely available during the epidemic. I highly recommend reading the following chapters from Early Modern Britain 1450-1750: Henry VIII’s Reformation The Growth of Protestantism to 1625 (only the pages on the reigns … Continue reading

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Writing and editing workshop – 6th Nov

On 6th November, the class will be almost entirely dedicated to a workshop in which students will help one another improve their papers in a collaborative editing exercice. It is imperative that all students bring a computer to this class. … Continue reading

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