SCW course syllabus / YU only
Course description: This course will examine the history of Britain in the early modern period (1450-1700), with special focus on the rulers. It will introduce the main political developments in this period, the main cultural achievements, and the main personalities, in a chronological framework, and will include analysis of a range of primary sources.¶
Department SLOs assessable in this course:
• Students will be able to analyze primary sources by placing them in historical context.
• Students will be able to produce a work of historical analysis in clear prose.
• Students will be able to assess the reliability of sources and evaluate their content.¶
General education SLOs assessable in this course:
• interpret and assess primary and secondary sources within a discipline
• clearly analyze an issue or problem orally and/or in writing
• present relevant information and ideas in an organized fashion orally and/or in writing
Stenhouse, W. (2022, Spring). HIST 2109 Kings and Queens in Early Modern Britain. Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University.
*This is constructed from limited available data and may be imprecise.