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In early modern England, as elsewhere in Europe, treason was the worst of crimes, an offence committed against one's sovereign and, by extension, against the state and existing order. Through case studies, documents and reflection on the political realities of the age, we trace the history of treason and its punishments across two eventful centuries.

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Course dates

24 Jul 2017 to 28 Jul 2017

Course duration

1 week(s)

Apply by

10 Jul 2017

Course director

Venue

International Summer Programmes
Sidgwick Site
Cambridge
UK
01223 760850

Teaching sessions

Meetings: 5

Course code

La2