Revolution, Prophecy, and Millennialism, 1789-1850
12 - 2hr sessions May 6- Jun 13 6-8pm sessions in the evening Tuesday and Thursday each week
Traces the role of prophecy and millennialism in the context of radical political and social change in Britain and Ireland in the period 1789-1850. Considers the impact of the American and French revolutions and the Romantic movement in inducing a revival of millennialism in the early 19th century. Examines millennial beliefs and how they impacted broader political, social, and ecclesiastical contexts.
Students who have taken WYH2244H should not take this course.
Basic degree students enrol in WYH3244HF
Drop deadline to avoid academic and financial penalty: May 14, 2019
This course was previously taught at the 2000 level only with the course code number WYH2244H