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York: From Romans to the Present Day


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York: From Romans to the Present Day

An accredited Arts and Humanities module. 

Course Code

CLL 17/18_15

Course Dates

8th January 2018 – 19th March 2018

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Course Description

The Romans called it Eboracum, the Anglo-Saxons, Eoforwick. For the Vikings, it was Jorvik, and for the Normans, York. This module will study York’s history from its establishment as a Roman town, through its Anglo-Saxon and Viking days, its medieval and Tudor times, its role during the Civil War and its Georgian and Victorian times. The module will also examine the changes and continuities during the twentieth century, analysing the social, political, and cultural forces that have shaped the city.

Cristina Figueredo BA MA PhD

Term: Spring

Day: Monday

Start Date: 08 January 2018

Time: 7-9pm

No. of weeks: 11

Course fee: £112.00

Credits: 10

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