Module aims this module uses five case studies of large-scale popular rebellions: the peasants' revolt 1381, cade's rebellion 1450, the pilgrimage of grace 1537, the western rebellion 1549, and kett's rebellion 1549, to examine the nature of popular politics and resistance in england between the late. Buy access to history in depth: disorder and rebellion in tudor england by nicholas fellows (isbn: 9780340781432) from amazon's book store everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Tudor rebellions revision session assessmen 40% two hour examination 60% coursework: two essays (20% each), one class presentation (10%), one book review (10%) learning outcomes adjudication of historiographical debates and awareness of different approaches to sixteenth century history analysis of primary. Khrystyna andronova was there a 'mid-tudor' crisis during the reigns of edward vi and mary i (1547-1558) the view that there was a crisis in face of combination of weak rulers, number of financial and economic problems, a series of rebellions, religious reformations, and foreign policy failures in the middle years of the. My prime aim in writing this book has been to help a level students learn effectively and successfully about tudor rebellions the biggest decision in planning the layout of the book was whether to adopt a chronological or thematic approach the awarding bodies tend to focus on thematic questions, such as the role. How important were foreign alliances in promoting support of the tudor dynasty how far was religious controversy responsible for the many rebellions under tudor monarchs 1485-1603 how important was england in international affairs during the sixteenth century religion tended to stem from the.
Lovell went to yorkshire to middleham castle and a few yorkist retainers came out to support him, as soon as henry heard of the rebellion whilst in lincoln he moved north to york to suppress it with his large armed force his uncle, jasper tudor, duke of bedford, was sent into yorkshire promising to pardon everyone. Paper 3: rebellion and disorder under the tudors, 1485–1603 – this topic explores the nature of rebellion and disorder under the tudors and the way the various coursework – the assignment will assess the ability to carry out a historical enquiry, analysing and evaluating historical interpretations, and organising and. Topic, % of qualification paper one, in search of the american dream: the usa, c1917–96, 30 paper two, india, c1914–48: the road to independence, 20 paper three, rebellion and disorder under the tudors 1485-1603, 30 coursework, margaret thatcher case study, 20.
The impact of religion on the development of britain: medieval times to the tudors the impact power to the people: how ordinary people have gained more power, the magna carta, the first parliament and the peasants' revolt year 13: at a2, students complete a coursework unit on the american war in vietnam. Russia and italy, and the british course is “a sixties social revolution british society 1959-1975” the as course will be assessed by written examination the a2 course consists of two modules: an examination unit on international relations (1945-2004: “the cold war”) and a coursework unit on tudor rebellions.
Csl davies: mary's accession was the only successful rebellion in tudor england af pollard: sterility was the conclusive not of mary's reign bindoff: politically bankrupt starkey: it was legality, legitimacy and the sense that she was henry viii's daughter which won the day for mary heard:. Economic and social issues were the main cause of tudor rebellion in tudor england tudor england encountered problems with their economy and society the society suffered from economic issues such as enclosure and bad harvest but also, they encountered problems with the nobility and the government.