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The English historian's role and the place of history in English National Life

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The English historian's role and the place of history in English National Life
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The English historian's role and the place of history in English National Life
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Starkey, David
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  • Elizabeth
  • Starkey, David
  • Historiography
  • Historians
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The English historian's role and the place of history in English National Life
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In: Historian, Vol. 71 Autumn 200.1 pp 6 - 15
Contents
Contrary to the views of other historians, David Starkey claims the concept of English nationhood began during the Tudor period, not after the French Revolution. Elizabeth I is described as the key figure in this process because of her approach to religion. Starkey concludes his Medlicott lecture by discussing "What is history?" and speculating on the future of history as a science. Curriculum Area: History Extension
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12 p.
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The English historian's role and the place of history in English National Life
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In: Historian, Vol. 71 Autumn 200.1 pp 6 - 15
Contents
Contrary to the views of other historians, David Starkey claims the concept of English nationhood began during the Tudor period, not after the French Revolution. Elizabeth I is described as the key figure in this process because of her approach to religion. Starkey concludes his Medlicott lecture by discussing "What is history?" and speculating on the future of history as a science. Curriculum Area: History Extension
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12 p.

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