History - Eighteenth-Century England from Anne to George II (1702-1760), Short course
We will study the morals, manners, fashions and foibles of the period.
Course aims and areasWe will study the morals, manners, fashions and foibles of the period. As well as contrasting culture, industry, the Enlightenment and literature, with a world of gambling, vice, drunkenness, thieves and rascals - of all classes. We discuss innovations and changes leading up to modernisation including: advances in agriculture; new styles of architecture; gardens, grounds and public buildings; and social and domestic life. A fascinating period which includes the beginning of flight and computers.
Illustrated with PowerPoint, books, prints, paintings and texts.
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