History

The history of the world from Charlemagne onwards.

History

The Second Crusade, 1147-49: Essay Questions

The Second Crusade, 1147-49: Essay Questions

In this course, Dr Nicholas Morton (Nottingham Trent University) considers four questions related the Second Crusade, 1147-49: (i) How did the Crusader States survive and grow in the decades following the First Crusade?; (ii) Why did the ...

Dr Nicholas Morton

Nottingham Trent University

History

The First Crusade, 1095-99: Essay Questions

The First Crusade, 1095-99: Essay Questions

In this course, Dr Nicholas Morton (Nottingham Trent University) considers three questions related to the First Crusade, 1095-99: (i) Why did Pope Urban II launch the First Crusade?; (ii) What motivated warriors and pilgrims from across ...

Dr Nicholas Morton

Nottingham Trent University

History

The Templars and Hospitallers in the Crusader States, 1119-1187

The Templars and Hospitallers in the Crusader States, 1119-1187

In this course, Dr Nicholas Morton (Nottingham Trent University) thinks about the military orders in the Crusader States between 1119-87, focusing in particular on the Knights Templar and the Knights Hospitaller ...

Dr Nicholas Morton

Nottingham Trent University

History

The Reign of Henry II, 1154-89

The Reign of Henry II, 1154-89

In this course, Dr Hugh Doherty (University of East Anglia) explores the reign of Henry II, 1154-89. We being by considering the nature of evidence for Henry's reign, focusing in particular on the later accounts of his reign, but also...

Dr Hugh Doherty

University of East Anglia

History

The Reign of Henry VI, 1422-61

The Reign of Henry VI, 1422-61

In this course, Dr James Ross (University of Winchester) explores the reign of Henry VI of England (1422-61). We begin by thinking about Henry's birth, his upbringing, and the legacy he inherited from his illustrious father, Henry V. After that,...

Dr James Ross

Winchester University

History

John Wycliffe and the Lollards, 1350-1500

John Wycliffe and the Lollards, 1350-1500

In this course, Professor John Arnold (University of Cambridge) explores the theology of John Wycliffe and the heretical movement which he inspired known as Lollardy. In the first module, we think about the life and times of John Wycliffe himself,...

Prof. John Arnold

Cambridge University