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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

Course • History • 5 lectures

The Tudors – Women and Print Culture, 1509-1603

Prof. Helen Hackett, UCL
5 Lessons
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The Tudors – Women and Print Culture, 1509-1603

Prof. Helen Hackett
UCL

Course • History • 6 lectures

The USA and Japan, 1941-52

Dr Christopher Harding, Edinburgh University
6 Lessons
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The USA and Japan, 1941-52

Dr Christopher Harding
Edinburgh University

Course • History • 6 lectures

The Witch Craze in Britain, Europe and North America, 1500-1700

Mr Robin Briggs, University of Oxford
6 Lessons
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The Witch Craze in Britain, Europe and North America, 1500-1700

Mr Robin Briggs
University of Oxford

Course • History • Classics & Ancient History • 7 lectures

Thucydides

Prof. Neville Morley, Exeter University
7 Lessons
History Classics & Ancient History

Thucydides

Prof. Neville Morley
Exeter University

Course • History • 7 lectures

US History – African Americans in the Early Republic, 1800-48

Prof. Julie Winch, University of Massachusetts, Boston
7 Lessons
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US History – African Americans in the Early Republic, 1800-48

Prof. Julie Winch
University of Massachusetts, Boston

Course • History • 5 lectures

US History – American Culture, 1754-1800

Prof. Zara Anishanslin, University of Delaware
5 Lessons
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US History – American Culture, 1754-1800

Prof. Zara Anishanslin
University of Delaware

Course • History • 5 lectures

US History – America on the World Stage, 1800-48

Prof. Brian Rouleau, Texas A&M University
5 Lessons
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US History – America on the World Stage, 1800-48

Prof. Brian Rouleau
Texas A&M University

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Civil Rights, 1865-1941

Prof. Robert Cook, Sussex University
6 Lessons
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US History – Civil Rights, 1865-1941

Prof. Robert Cook
Sussex University

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Colonial Politics and Political Identity, 1607-1754

Prof. John Brooke, The Ohio State University
6 Lessons
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US History – Colonial Politics and Political Identity, 1607-1754

Prof. John Brooke
The Ohio State University

Course • History • 5 lectures

US History – Colonial Society and Culture, 1607-1754

Dr Jonathan Barth, Arizona State University
5 Lessons
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US History – Colonial Society and Culture, 1607-1754

Dr Jonathan Barth
Arizona State University

Course • History • 5 lectures

US History – Continuity and Change in the Revolutionary Period, 1754-1800

Prof. Edward Gray, Florida State University
5 Lessons
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US History – Continuity and Change in the Revolutionary Period, 1754-1800

Prof. Edward Gray
Florida State University

Course • History • 5 lectures

US History – Early Steps in the Civil Rights Movement, 1940-60

Prof. Charles Payne, Rutgers University
5 Lessons
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US History – Early Steps in the Civil Rights Movement, 1940-60

Prof. Charles Payne
Rutgers University

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Enslaved Women in the United States, c.1815-61

Prof. Emily West, Reading University
6 Lessons
History

US History – Enslaved Women in the United States, c.1815-61

Prof. Emily West
Reading University

Course • History • 5 lectures

US History – European Colonisation, 1607-1754

Prof. Peter Mancall, University of Southern California
5 Lessons
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US History – European Colonisation, 1607-1754

Prof. Peter Mancall
University of Southern California

Course • History • 15 lectures

US History - Failure of Compromise, 1848-61

Prof. Nicole Etcheson, Ball State University
15 Lessons
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US History - Failure of Compromise, 1848-61

Prof. Nicole Etcheson
Ball State University

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Foreign Policy and the Debates Over Imperialism, 1865-98

Prof. Jay Sexton, University of Missouri
6 Lessons
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US History – Foreign Policy and the Debates Over Imperialism, 1865-98

Prof. Jay Sexton
University of Missouri

Course • History • 5 lectures

US History – Government Policies During the Civil War, 1861-65

Prof. Paul Escott, Wake Forest University
5 Lessons
History

US History – Government Policies During the Civil War, 1861-65

Prof. Paul Escott
Wake Forest University

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Immigration and Migration in the 1920s

Prof. Susan Curtis, Purdue University
6 Lessons
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US History – Immigration and Migration in the 1920s

Prof. Susan Curtis
Purdue University

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Jackson and Federal Power, 1824-52

Prof. Sean Adams, University of Florida
6 Lessons
History

US History – Jackson and Federal Power, 1824-52

Prof. Sean Adams
University of Florida

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Lincoln and the Civil War, 1861-65

Prof. Glenn Altschuler, Cornell University
6 Lessons
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US History – Lincoln and the Civil War, 1861-65

Prof. Glenn Altschuler
Cornell University

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Movement in the Early Republic, 1754-1800

Prof. Stephen Rockwell, St. Joseph's College, New York
6 Lessons
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US History – Movement in the Early Republic, 1754-1800

Prof. Stephen Rockwell
St. Joseph's College, New York

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Politics and Regional Interests, 1800-48

Prof. John Pinheiro, Aquinas College
6 Lessons
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US History – Politics and Regional Interests, 1800-48

Prof. John Pinheiro
Aquinas College

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Protest and Reaction in the United States, 1961-68

Dr Malcolm McLaughlin, University of East Anglia
6 Lessons
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US History – Protest and Reaction in the United States, 1961-68

Dr Malcolm McLaughlin
University of East Anglia

Course • History • 4 lectures

US History – Ratification, the Federalist Papers and the Bill of Rights, 1787-91

Prof. Woody Holton, University of South Carolina
4 Lessons
History

US History – Ratification, the Federalist Papers and the Bill of Rights, 1787-91

Prof. Woody Holton
University of South Carolina

Course • History • 6 lectures

US History – Reconstruction, 1865-77

Prof. Susan-Mary Grant, Newcastle University
6 Lessons
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US History – Reconstruction, 1865-77

Prof. Susan-Mary Grant
Newcastle University