• Monday, February 3, 2020 LN Lecture: Utilitarianism

    Homework: Take 3-5 pages of notes with personal reaction from at least three different places on a topic from the Victorian Web
    While these aren't papers, try to go in depth on a topic rather than just a disconnected smattering from several
    unrelated topics. Explore it. Gender is particularly rich.
    Pay attn to: Chadwick, Pasteur, Lister, Koch, Haussmann-study graph p. 791" Due Friday
    Tuesday, February 4, 2020


    Discuss England Disraeli/Gladstone and Irish question Page 843-44
    Discuss English liberalism debate Laissez Faire or not
    Revisionism Pro/Con Group Discussions: Do we see elements of revisionism today?

    Review for Ch 25 Test
    Reread Ch 23 on Utopian Socialists, Marx and pp. 846-50 on Evolution of Socialism
    Discuss history of socialism? Backdrop to Russian Revolution
    Outside reading: Page 843-844 Great Britain and Ireland

    Homework: read: Utilitarianism-Bentham Prepare for exam on chapter 25

    Wednesday, February 5, 2020 Ch 25 MC Test

    Homework: Read Ch 24 pp. 795-805 on social class? TAKE GOOD NOTES
    Thursday, February 6, 2020 Large group discussion on social class--
    Homework: Read pp. 805-812 plus pp. 820-21.
    Outside readings on Victorian Web Due
    Assign 8 Group Projects Common Craft
    Friday, February 7, 2020

    Class time to Work on Common Craft Presentations Due Monday Upload to Dropbox 


    Dropbox for Common Craft Presentation

    Username: rhsapeuropeanhistory@gmail.com
    Password: Howzitbra123
    Upload your presentation in your folder and year 2016 with ALL your names on the file
    name and your group number. If someone did not do their fair share of the work,
    please do not add their name.

    Saturday, February 8, 2020 No Class Write a 1-2 page summary of social class in your life---informal
    Sunday, February 9, 2020 No Class Watch Common Craft Projects and take notes on information. You will be assessed on the material.

Poor Laws: Compares the Poor Laws before 1834 and after the new "utilitarian" Poor Laws we

Jeremy Bentham: Good bio of Bentham plus detailed explanation of his "greatest good" and h

Debate on English Liberalism: Laissez-fair or not