History - Innovation and Experiment: Georgian England 1760-1800, Short course
We look at manufacturing, commerce, trade, shopping and banking, as well as trade in slaves, sugar, tea and tobacco, and domestic and social life.
Course aims and areasThis was a time of enlightenment, literature, the Grand Tour, scientific experiment observance of nature and the arts. Great advances were being made, Industrial Revolution was under way and there were many innovators, inventors and original thinkers who helped mould the period.
Illustrated with PowerPoint, books, prints, paintings and texts.
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