My notes are very thorough, detailed, and organised. They include everything you need to know to achieve a first on your modules. They're basically a compilation of my lecture notes, essential reading from various sources, as well as my wider reading pertaining each topic. They include not only information/facts, but in-depth analysis and critical commentaries of the laws, cases, and academic reading. Different text effects are used to separate, highlight, and emphasise important bits of information (which makes it very easy to read). All documents have also been revised twice to add the latest updates in the law and my reading.
Notes: Liberalism, Race and Imperialism, Environmental history, American Century
Historians on Liberalism, Race and Imperialism, Environmental history, and the American Century
‘Nationalism has been a positive force in Asian history’ How far do you agree?
A 2.1 essay (given the mark 68) on the statement \'Nationalism has been a positive force in Asian history,\' with a particular focus on Japanese and Indonesian nationalism, and explores the different types of nationalisms.
Was religious toleration compatible with royal authority in this period? Discuss particularly in relation to the 1598 Edict of Nantes
A first class (given a mark of 70) essay on religious toleration and persecution in early modern Europe
'Most accusations of witchcraft involved poor women of low social standing.' Discuss with reference to the letter from the former Burgomaster Johannes Junius to his daughter.
First class essay on the demographics of the 'witch' persecuted during the witch-craze. This will be helpful to anyone studying/looking at the witchcraft at any level from whatever perspective.