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A History of the University of Cambridge: Volume 2, 1546-1750 e-book

Author:

Victor Morgan,Christopher Brooke

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English

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Humanities

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1490 kb

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4.5

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (April 26, 2004)

Pages:

636

ISBN:

052135059X

A History of the University of Cambridge: Volume 2, 1546-1750 e-book

by Victor Morgan,Christopher Brooke


Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Volume 48, Issue 3. September 2005, pp. 836-838. A history of the University of Cambridge, II: 1546–1750. By Victor Morgan with a contribution by Christopher Brooke. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. University of liverpool.

Volume 56, Issue 3. July 2005, pp. 601-602. By Victor Morgan (with Christopher Brooke). 30 plates, 1 fig. and 9 tables. 85. 0 521 35059 X. ALAN B. COBBAN (a1). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 23 August 2005. Export citation Request permission.

In chapter 5 Morgan deals specifically with "Cambridge and Parliament.

This particular volume, he tells the reader, is not what was originally conceived and "is not a perfectly balanced book" (p. xiii). In chapter 5 Morgan deals specifically with "Cambridge and Parliament.

Victor Morgan, Christopher Brooke. This volume brings to completion the four-volume A History of the University of Cambridge, and is a vital contribution to the history not only of one major university, but of the academic societies of early modern Europe in general. Its main author, Victor Morgan, has made a special study of the relations between Cambridge and its wider world: the court and church hierarchy which sought to control it in the aftermath of the Reformation; the 'country', that is the provincial gentry; and the wider academic world.

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Christopher Nugent Lawrence Brooke (Contributor). This volume brings to completion the four-volume series, a vital contribution to academic history

Christopher Nugent Lawrence Brooke (Contributor). This volume brings to completion the four-volume series, a vital contribution to academic history. Special features of this volume relate it to social and political history-especially to the gentry who provided patronage and recruits, as well as the royal court and parliament. The history of the university features extensive material on its architectural heritage, and a This volume brings to completion the four-volume series, a vital contribution to academic history.

By Victor Morgan, with a contribution from Christopher Brooke. Between the Reformation and the middle of the nineteenth century it is difficult to overestimate the importance of the two English universities to the history of the church.

Book Overview The history of the university features extensive material on its architectural heritage, and a chapter on such intellectual giants.

This volume brings to completion the four-volume series, a vital contribution to academic history.

This is the first volume of a four-part History of the University of Cambridge, under the general . The second half of the book focuses on the century from the 1440s to the 1540s, which saw the flowering of the university under Tudor patronage.

Brooke, and the first volume on the medieval university as a whole to be published in over a century. It provides a synthesis of the intellectual, social, political and religious life of the early university, and gives serious attention to the development of classroom studies and how they changed with the coming of the Renaissance and the Reformation.

Damian Leader's book is especially valuable because it avoids the two besetting sins of most university histories. What makes this history especially valuable is that it studies the universities as teaching bodies closely tied to the general development of society. First, it eschews the parochial, self-congratulatory tone of most such works: it is written not for the 'old boys' who want only to glorify Alma Mater, but for the serious historical student who is trying to fit the universities into the intellectual, social, religious, political, and economic history of the period. Charles G. Nauert, J. The Sixteenth Century Journal.

This volume brings to completion the four-volume series, a vital contribution to academic history. Special features of this volume relate it to social and political history--especially to the gentry who provided patronage and recruits, as well as the royal court and parliament. The history of the university features extensive material on its architectural heritage, and a chapter on such intellectual giants between 1660-1740 as Richard Bentley and Isaac Newton. Also available: Volume 1: The University to 1546 0-521-32882-9 Hardback $90.00 C Volume 3: 1750-1870 0-521-35060-3 Hardback $130.00 C Volume 4: 1870-1990 0-521-34350-X Hardback $110.00 C

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