Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools

 

Document Actions

Sections
You are here: Home Courses Middlebury-CMRS Course List HIST 0405 England after the Conquest

HIST 0405 England after the Conquest

This course examines the political, ecclesiastical and social history of England from the Norman Conquest (1066) to the early thirteenth century. This period saw the establishment of Norman rule, which brought England’s elite into a French political and cultural world.  The loss of Normandy and most of the English kings’ other French possessions in 1204 was thus an important rupture.  This era witnessed major developments in economic life, urbanisation, and the expression of Christianity.  Relations with the rest of the British Isles also changed dramatically, and often violently.  The twelfth century also saw a flowering of historical scholarship. Sources include Orderic Vitalis, Henry of Huntingdon and William of Malmesbury.

Over 25 years on
I attended CMRS over 25 years ago; now I live outside Washington, DC, where I practice law before the federal appeals courts and the U.S. Supreme Cour...
Greg Castanias, Autumn Semester 1985, Wabash College