Special Topic: Radicals and Revolutionaries in Britain
Victoria University of Wellington
Wellington, New Zealand
Area of Study
British Studies, History
Taught In English
40 pts from (HIST 100-199, CLAS 104, 105)
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits5
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units7
Hours & Credits
A study of popular revolt, social protest and political sedition in Britain from the sixteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century. 100% internal assessment.
Course Learning Objectives
Students who pass this course should be able to:
1. summarise historiographical debates concerning popular revolt, social protest and political sedition in Britain from the mid-sixteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century
2. differentiate between protest movements over time and space
3. integrate historical research into their own writing via clear and concise prose.
Primary Source Analysis, 1500 words 30%
Research Essay, 2500-2800 words 45%
In-class Test, 50 minutes 25%
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