History 2P91: Europe's Reformations

Using the Course Website

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The materials contained in the website are meant to facilitate and suppliment regular meetings of the course - both lectures and seminars.
To the right are the various components of the course:

  • Topics

    These correspond to lecture themes for the course. Section pages contain additional thematic reading lists and links.
  • Seminars

    These correspond to seminar topics for the course. Section pages contain required readings for seminar discussions, as well as additional thematic reading lists and links to aid research and seminar preparation.
  • Exams

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  • Assignments

    Information on course assignments - details, requirements and procedures.

General Comments:

Outside of readings specified by the course as 'required' - especially in the case of seminars - the reading lists provided here are meant to be supplimentary aids to course themes and research. As such they are not required readings per se, but students are strongly encouraged to engage with these materials in developing their own research agendas for their assignments. The lists are not exhaustive, not is everything available at this institution - you may be required to use Interlibrary Services.

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