A useful article on the Parliaments.
Here is the reading for next lesson:
Here are two articles from academic journals. It is not compulsory reading, bu you might find these interesting and helpful - they complement what you've read so far.
I can assure you, it is not the same Susan Doran article you read before!
This could be useful.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: an extract from the article 'Elizabeth I', by Patrick Collinson.
Here are the articles which we'll be using in the next few lessons.
Please read and make NOTES.
Here are two articles from History Today with more on Elizabeth's foreign policy and the Dutch Revolt.
These links take you to articles on Mary Queen of Scots
Mary Stewart in France and England: Retha Warnicke examines the tumultuous career of Mary, Queen of Scots, before her long incarceration by her cousin Elizabeth I of England.
History Review: December 2003. Issue 47
This review of John Guy's biography of Mary Queen of Scots 'My Heart is My Own' appeared in History Review September 2004, issue 49
Remember the username is Barbara Hibbert and the password is history1 if you need to sign in.
This link takes you to a public lecture by John Guy on Elizabeth and Mary
and this is a public lecture on the failure of the Darnley marriage
This file gives you the details of the specification for this part of the course and some questions with relevant mark schemes
Eamonn Duffy has published two books which you could read - Stripping of the Altars and The Voices of Morebath. Alternativelyl you could look at some reviews of the books which will give you an idea of what they are about.
http://www.history.ac.uk/reviews/review/266 this reviews the Voices of Morebath
http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storycode=406387 this reviews the Stripping of the Altars