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English Social and Local History at Oxford’s Department for Continuing Education

Today I delivered a day of remote teaching for Oxford University’s Department of Continuing Education on the Undergraduate Diploma in English Social and Local History. My three lectures focussed on the medieval church (including monasticism), the medieval manor and parish, and medieval towns, and were followed by a seminar on each subject.

2 comments on “English Social and Local History at Oxford’s Department for Continuing Education

  1. josparkeswolfetone65@gmail.com
    December 6, 2020

    Thank you DR Young for your lovely teachings Oxborough Hall had a wonderful Mass at 12.00 yesterday which I attended and it was beautiful with FR Mark Hackeson celebrating it. The tea rooms were open for a snack lunch. Lady Mary and Sir Henry attended too and it was a brilliant dayJo SparkesMattishall Sent from Mail for Windows 10 From: Francis YoungSent: Saturday, December 5, 2020 9:49 PMTo: josparkeswolfetone65@gmail.comSubject: [New post] English Social and Local History at Oxford’s Department for Continuing Education Francis Young posted: " Today I delivered a day of remote teaching for Oxford University’s Department of Continuing Education on the Undergraduate Diploma in English Social and Local History. My three lectures focussed on the medieval church (including monasticism), the medi"

  2. Jo Sparkes
    December 6, 2020

    Always v interesting !!!

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