HIST 201 - Monarchs, People, and History, Summer 2008

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Monarchs, People, and History

Professor Aidan Breen, Ph.D.

History
University of Massachusetts - Boston

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Course Structure: Two hour long classes - three times a week

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Course Description

The origins and reasons for monarchy as an institution and social force in the Western world. Specific royal personages are studied with attention to how they attained or lost effectiveness as leaders; their goals for themselves and their people are stressed. These themes are explored through primary source readings. Architectural, artistic, and musical evidence are introduced in slide and tape sessions.

Copyright 2010, Aidan Breen. Cite/attribute Resource. Breen, A. (2008, July 23). Monarchs, People, and History. Retrieved April 19, 2014, from University of Massachusetts Boston Web site: http://ocw.umb.edu/history/monarchs-people-and-history. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons License