Tudor Rebellions: Henry VII - Elizabeth I

Early Modern British History

by Dr Steven Gunn. Produced by Simon Brown, 12th August 2015

Power and Protest

In this podcast Dr Steven Gunn of Merton College, Oxford, looks at the causes of rebellions, changes and continuity in the nature of rebellion, how historians have approached Tudor rebellion, rebellion as a process of negotiation, ways in which Tudor governments avoided rebellion, new ways to communicate, the growth of the electorate and the development of the legal system.

Introduction
Causes of rebellions.
The changes and continuity in the nature of rebellion.
How have historians approached Tudor rebellion? Rebellion as a process of negotiation.
Ways in which Tudor governments avoided rebellion
New ways to communicate, the growth of the electorate, and the development of the legal system.


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