England, Ireland, and Cromwell in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

— HIST 242 (3)

An examination of the political, military, religious, and economic relationship between England and Ireland from the reign of Elizabeth I to the establishment of the Protestant Ascendancy under William III in 1693. England's policy of military occupation, religious conversion, and colonization culminated in the total subjugation of Ireland, first by Oliver Cromwell during the English Revolution (1642-53), and again by William III (1690-93). Investigates the origins, progress, and long-term consequences of Ireland's subjugation by England.
Course Code: HIST 242 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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