124 Reading Assignments

124 Reading Assignments - Heyck, 237-69, 281-87; Reform,...

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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN Department of History Semester II, 2007-08 History 124 Required Reading Mr. Donnelly Week Topic Readings 1/22-1/25 Crown and Parliament under the Later Stuarts, 1660-88 Heyck, 3-32; Miller, 1-119 1/28-2/1 The Bloodless Revolution: Defended and Heyck, 32-45; Miller, 120-242 Confirmed, 1688-1714 2/4-2/8 Early Eighteenth-Century England, 1714-42 Heyck, 47-82; Cannadine, 25-58 2/11-2/15 Scotland, Ireland, and the Empire Heyck, 105-37, 159-72 2/18-2/22 The New Religion and the New Politics, 1770-89 Heyck, 141-57 (83-103, 215-33) 2/25-2/29 The Economic Revolution, 1780-1840 Heyck, 173-96; Hobsbawm, 23-108 3/3-3/7 Britain and the French Revolution, 1789-1815 Heyck, 197-214 3/10-3/14 The Growth of Liberalism and the Triumph of
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Unformatted text preview: Heyck, 237-69, 281-87; Reform, 1815-47 Cannadine, 59-108 3/24-3/28 Social Discord and Liberal Consensus, 1830-67 Heyck, 270-79, 287-96, 297-317; Hobsbawm, Chaps. 6-7 3/31--4/4 The Claims of Democracy and Nationality, Heyck, 61-72, 43-59; 1867-1900 Porter, 1-152 4/7-4/11 Imperialism, 1870-1914 Heyck, 85-106; Porter, 153-226 4/14-4/18 Social Reform, 1870-1914 Heyck, 23-35, 72-83; Hobsbawm, Chaps. 8-10 4/21-4/25 Britain and World War I Heyck, 107--45; Porter, 227-89 4/28-5/2 The Interwar Years, 1918-39 Heyck, 149-92; Cannadine, 109-66; Hobsbawm, 207-48 5/5-5/9 Great Challenges since 1939: War, Welfare, and Heyck, 215-64; Disimperialism Porter, 290-325...
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