History Courses > Y106: England – 1485-1558: The Early Tudors

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Course • History • 6 lectures

The Origins of the British Empire, 1500-1700

Prof. Michael Braddick, Sheffield University
6 Lessons
History

The Origins of the British Empire, 1500-1700

Prof. Michael Braddick
Sheffield University

Course • History • 7 lectures

The Tudors – Cardinal Wolsey, 1472-1530

Prof. Glenn Richardson, St Mary's University
7 Lessons
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The Tudors – Cardinal Wolsey, 1472-1530

Prof. Glenn Richardson
St Mary's University

Course • History • 8 lectures

The Tudors – Henry VII, 1485-1509

Dr Sean Cunningham, The National Archives
8 Lessons
History

The Tudors – Henry VII, 1485-1509

Dr Sean Cunningham
The National Archives

Course • History • 5 lectures

The Tudors – Henry VIII and the English Reformation, 1509-47

Dr Jonathan Willis, Birmingham University
5 Lessons
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The Tudors – Henry VIII and the English Reformation, 1509-47

Dr Jonathan Willis
Birmingham University

Course • History • 5 lectures

The Tudors – Henry VIII and the English Reformation, 1509-47

Dr Tracey Sowerby, University of Oxford
5 Lessons
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The Tudors – Henry VIII and the English Reformation, 1509-47

Dr Tracey Sowerby
University of Oxford

Course • History • 5 lectures

The Tudors - Poverty, 1531-1601

Dr Jonathan Healey, University of Oxford
5 Lessons
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The Tudors - Poverty, 1531-1601

Dr Jonathan Healey
University of Oxford

Course • History • 6 lectures

The Tudors - Thomas Cromwell, 1485-1540

Prof John Patrick Coby, Smith College
6 Lessons
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The Tudors - Thomas Cromwell, 1485-1540

Prof John Patrick Coby
Smith College

Course • History • 8 lectures

The Tudors - William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, 1520-98

Prof. Norman Jones, Utah State University
8 Lessons
History

The Tudors - William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, 1520-98

Prof. Norman Jones
Utah State University

Course • History • 6 lectures

The Tudors – Women and Politics, 1485-1603

Dr Nicola Clark, Chichester University
6 Lessons
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The Tudors – Women and Politics, 1485-1603

Dr Nicola Clark
Chichester University