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Were Tudor People Like Us? Some Thoughts on English Society (1485-1603)

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Were Tudor People Like Us? Some Thoughts on English Society (1485-1603)

A non-accredited history and heritage course.

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CLL 17/18_113

Course Date

3rd February 2018

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Course Fee

£20.00
Course Description

The Tudors are like us, yet unlike us, familiar but strange. Using an extensive range of examples and visual sources, we will attempt to capture some of the essence of Tudor society, from Hardwick Hall (‘more glass than wall’) to the humble cottage of the ploughman; from the feasts of the rich to the coarse (and occasionally hallucinatory) bread of the poor; from exploding chimneys and tavern brawls to the ‘delights’ of bear baiting and Shakespearean theatre in lawless Southwark.

Joseph Patrick Oakley BA MA PGCE

Term: Spring

Day: Saturday

Start Date: 03 February 2018

Time: 1-4pm

No. of weeks: 1

Course fee: £20.00

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