Cambridge Core - History of Ideas and Intellectual History - Princely Education in Early Modern Britain - by Aysha Pollnitz. Apr 06, 2017 ·: Princely Education in Early Modern Britain Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History 9781316648551: Aysha Pollnitz: Books.
About Aysha Pollnitz Dr. Pollnitz is an assistant professor of History and an early modern historian whose research focuses on the transmission of knowledge and ideas in Europe and the Atlantic. Her first book on Princely education in early modern Britain was published by Cambridge University Press in. Sep 19, 2017 · The first chapter begins by re-examining the limited evidence for princely education in the early years of the fifteenth century. Pollnitz challenges Nicholas Orme’s assessment that Henry VI’s education signalled the start of a new ‘educational consciousness’.
Dr. Pollnitz is an early modern historian whose research focuses on the transmission of knowledge and ideas in Europe and the Atlantic. Winner of the 2016 Whitfield Prize, Royal Historical Society Princely Education in Early Modern Britian. Apr 30, 2015 · Aysha Pollnitz was educated at the University of Sydney and Trinity College, Cambridge, where she was subsequently elected a Junior Research Fellow in Renaissance History. She has taught at Georgetown University, Washington DC and Grinnell College, Iowa. ollnitz, P Aysha, 1978– Princely education in early modern Britain / Aysha Pollnitz. pages cm. – Cambridge studies in early modern British history Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn 978-1-107-03952-0 hardback 1. Education, Humanistic–Great Britain–History. 2. Education of princes–Great Britain–History. 3.
Aysha Pollnitz was educated at the University of Sydney and Trinity College, Cambridge, where she was subsequently elected a Junior Research Fellow in Renaissance History. She has taught at Georgetown University, Washington DC and Grinnell College, Iowa. In 2016 she became an Assistant Professor of History at Rice University, Houston. About Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History Visit This is a series of monographs and studies covering many aspects of the history of the British Isles between the late fifteenth century and the early eighteenth century.
Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History monographs and studies illuminate the character of the period as a whole. In particular they focus attention on a dominant theme within it, the interplay of continuity and change as they are presented by the continuity of medieval ideas, political and social organization, and by the impact of new ideas, new methods and new demands on the traditional. The political Bible in early modern England by Kevin Killeen: Princely education in early modern Britain by Aysha Pollnitz: Print and Public Politics in the English Revolution by Jason Peacey: Reformation Unbound: Protestant Visions of Reform in England, 1525-1590 by Karl Gunther: Richard Bancroft and Elizabethan Anti-Puritanism by Patrick.
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