History

The history of the world from Charlemagne onwards.

History

The Reign of Henry VI, 1422-61

The Reign of Henry VI, 1422-61

In this course, Dr James Ross (University of Winchester) explores the reign of Henry VI of England (1422-61). We begin by thinking about Henry's birth, his upbringing, and the legacy he inherited from his illustrious father, Henry V. After that,...

Dr James Ross

Winchester University

History

The Early Anglo-Saxon Church, 597-754

The Early Anglo-Saxon Church, 597-754

In this course, Professor Sarah Foot (University of Oxford) explores the early Anglo-Saxon church, from Augustine's mission to England in the late sixth century to the death of Boniface in 754. We begin in the first module with Augustine's mission...

Prof. Sarah Foot

Oxford University

History

The Westward Expansion of the United States, 1803-90

The Westward Expansion of the United States, 1803-90

In this course, Dr Kevin Waite (University of Durham) explores the westward expansion of the United States in period 1803-90. After a broad introduction to the period in which we outline some of the factors that contributed to this westward...

Dr Kevin Waite

Durham University

History

Ferdinand and Isabella, 1474-1516

Ferdinand and Isabella, 1474-1516

In this course, Dr John Edwards (University of Oxford) explores the reigns of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile, jointly known as the Catholic Monarchs, or simply 'Ferdinand and Isabella'. We begin by providing a broad overview...

Dr John Edwards

Oxford University

History

John Wycliffe and the Lollards, 1350-1500

John Wycliffe and the Lollards, 1350-1500

In this course, Professor John Arnold (University of Cambridge) explores the theology of John Wycliffe and the heretical movement which he inspired known as Lollardy. In the first module, we think about the life and times of John Wycliffe himself,...

Prof. John Arnold

Cambridge University

History

The Battle of Mohács, 1526

The Battle of Mohács, 1526

In this course, Dr Colin Imber (University of Manchester) explores the Battle of Mohács (1526), fought between the Ottoman forces led by Ibrahim Pasha and the Hungarian forces of Louis II. We begin by tracing the arduous journey of the...

Dr Colin Imber

Manchester University