Susannah Ottaway

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Carleton College

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History 239: Britain, c. 1485-1834: From Sceptred Isle to Satanic Mills part of QuIRK:Courses
This course traces the political, intellectual, economic and social history of the British Isles from the Tudor era to the Industrial Revolution. As we move from the world of Shakespeare to that of Jane Austen, we will follow changing British identities, the development of Atlantic slavery (and the subsequent move to emancipation), and revolutions in the political world. At the same time, we identify the origins and consequences of the fundamental economic and demographic changes associated with the demographic transition and industrialization.

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