The course reveals source materials for a number of topics in Welsh history from the thirteenth to the twentieth centuries. It looks at the way historians do their work by aligning these sources with the writings of major historians of Wales. It allows you to decide whether these writings provide an accurate interpretation of the evidence.
Small country, big history; themes in the history of Wales
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After studying this course you will have an understanding about how Welsh historians conduct the business of writing and interpreting the history of Wales.
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- 10 hours study
- Level 0: Beginner
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