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132 - British History- The Tudors
June 26 - June 30
3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Cost - $40.00
ENGR 101

The Tudor period of British history is one of the most fascinating as well as the bloodiest. There was religious turmoil for over 50 years. Thousands of Catholics and Protestants were executed for their religious beliefs. An innocent Queen was set aside while another one was executed. Did Richard III have the Princes in the Tower murdered or was it Tudor political propaganda? Did Elizabeth I have a child or was she the "Virgin Queen"? We will explore these questions and many more.

Course Instructor: Arthur Clarke was born and lived in England for 55 years before marrying and coming to live in the U.S. He became a citizen in 2008. He exemplifies the saying" you can take the man out of England but you cannot take England out of the man." He holds a B.Ed from Cambridge Institute of Education and taught in English schools for over 33 years. He loves British history and is enthusiastic to share his knowledge with everyone and anyone.