2 edition of Syllabus of a course of six lectures on the expansion of England. found in the catalog.
Syllabus of a course of six lectures on the expansion of England.
Lavell, Cecil Fairfield
1899 in Philadelphia .
Written in English
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This is a survey course on the legal history of England from the time of the Anglo-Saxon invasions to the 18th century. We begin with a barely literate, largely pagan, people, whose laws and institutions are best studied with the techniques of anthropology and historical linguistics, and we end with a world power, whose laws and institutions, though different from.
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The content of the lecture courses for /21 is described by the schedules below. However, the delivery Syllabus The schedule for each lecture course is a list of topics that de ne the course.
The schedule is agreed by the contents of the book will not be. After each lecture I have listed a number of questions. These are to help guide you in the reading. Other questions might occur to you as you read or as we discuss events, issues, and people. Over the course of the semester you should submit six one-page memos or response-papers in answer to one of the questions, or posing your own question.
This course is offered for both undergraduate and graduate credit, more advanced assignments, including polling, will be given to graduate-credit students.
Graduate students will be writing a research paper that is an expansion of the last homework assignment given to undergraduates.
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