BRITAIN IN THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS: 1688-1860 This course surveys the major political, social and cultural developments in British history from the "Glorious Revolution" of 1688 to the age of the industrial revolution. Topics include the changing role of the monarchy, political patronage and social elites, crime and the law, radical political movements in the era of the French revolution, the growth of industrialization and its impact on working and living conditions, poverty and disease in Victorian cities, Irish nationalism, family life and "Victorian values," and imperial conflicts in India and the Crimea. Lecture: Three hours a week. 05-09-2018-30-11-2018 Web Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced