This course is delivered online via zoom
This course will consider Edward of Woodstock, 'The Black Prince of Wales'. His epithet strikes a note of terror, his reputation as a warrior is legendary, yet he was also a devoted husband and renowned for his chivalry. Edward with his wife, Joan presided over one of the most fashionable courts of his day. This short course will give you the opportunity to discover more about this ‘King that never was’, through examination and discussion of contemporary sources and modern historical analysis.
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
• Identify Edward, the Black Prince, and his place in the wider history of England
• Describe Edward’s official role and military achievements
• Discuss what is known of the prince’s character and private life
• Debate his legacy and the ways in which Edward has been portrayed by subsequent generations
Who is the tutor?
About the Tutor: Naomi Dickins
Naomi Dickins graduated from the University of Bristol with a B.A. (Hons) in History and also has an Advanced Diploma in Local Historical Studies from the University of Oxford. She has worked as an archivist, historical researcher and lecturer and recently published a history of Tenterden with Amberley Books. Naomi also has a lifelong love of textile and needle crafts, is an embroidery artist, runs textiles workshops and is a designer for Practical Publishing craft magazines.
How will I be taught?
We shall use small group work, tutor input and discussion.
You will discuss your learning with the tutor and will be asked to record your progress on a Learning Plan.
What do I need to have with me?
Apart from a sense of curiosity and an interest in history or art, you may wish to bring note taking materials.
What can I do next?
There are several vibrant and interesting History courses in our programme. Please pick up a brochure or visit www.kentadulteducation.co.uk today and find out more.
What do I need to join the course
Everyone is welcome to join this course. No prior knowledge is necessary but a good understanding of English is essential. All you need is a sense of enquiry and an interest in History.
If you have special requests or need please get in touch we will discuss options with you and do our best to provide the appropriate support.
You can access the class from your computer equipped with a camera and a microphone, from a laptop (where the camera and microphone should be built-in), a tablet or a smartphone. Before each lesson, the tutor may send you by email essential lesson information/handouts for you to consult in advance, and before the class starts, the tutor will have sent you by email an invitation to join, which will be a simple weblink to click. The system is free, secure and easy to use. Should you have questions about the required equipment, please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone or by email. Instructions are also available on our website www.kentadulteducation.co.uk.
Joining your course
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Instructions will be sent to you by your tutor
If you require any information about joining this online course then please call 03000 41 40 25* and quote the Course Code TWL/90902/J/NC.
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