Minor in Early Modern Studies - Conceptions of State, Society and Revolution in the Early Modern Period I EMSP 4001   Conceptions of State, Society and Revolution in the Early Modern Period I
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course examines political works, both philosophical and literary, by important and/or influential writers from the sixteenth to seventeenth centuries, in the context of the decline of Renaissance Italy, the querelle des femmes, the Protestant Reformation, the English civil war, the rise of absolutist monarchies, the Glorious Revolution, and early overseas European colonialism.
NOTES: EMSP 4001.03 & EMSP 4002.03 must normally be taken in the same academic year to fulfill the requirements of the EMSP Combined Honours degree.
FORMAT: Seminar
EXCLUSIONS: EMSP 4000.06