|Special notes|| ||teaching staff|| Prof MJ Bennett, Mr P Chapman, Dr A Roy ||campus & mode|| Hbt, int ||unit weight|| [25% (BSc 9pts)] ||teaching pattern|| full year - 3x1-hour lectures (Tues, Wed, Fri at 12.10 p.m.), weekly tutorials ||prerequisites||corequisites||mutual exclusions||method of assessment|| written work and tests totalling no more than 7,000 words (45%), tutorial participation (5%), 3-hour exam in June, 3-hour exam in Nov (50%) ||required texts, etc|
(sem 1) [p/b] Bennett MJ (ed), The Impact of Europe: Selected Readings,History Department, University of Tasmania.
[p/b] Williams EN, The Ancien Regime in Europe, Penguin.
[p/b] Woloch I,Eighteenth-Century Europe. Tradition and Progress, 1715-1789, Norton.
(sem 2) For each of the three strands, there will be a specially prepared book of readings.
(a) Breunig C, The Age of Revolution and Reaction 1789-1850, W W Norton.
Hobsbawm EJ, The Age of Revolution 1789-1848, Abacus.
(b) [p/b] Blainey G, The Tyranny of Distance, Sun.
[p/b] Clark M, A Short History of Australia, Mentor.
[p/b] McQueen H, A New Britannia, Penguin.
White R, Inventing Australia, Allen & Unwin.
Robson LL, The Convict Settlers of Australia, Melbourne University Press.
(c) [p/b] Bayly CA, Indian Society and the Making of the British Empire,Cambridge.
[p/b] Bayly CA (gen ed), An Illustrated History of Modern India, 1600-1947, Oxford.
[p/b] Spear P, History of India, vol 2, Penguin.
[p/b] Wolpert SA, A New History of India, 4th edn, Oxford.
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