Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Downton Abbey and the History of Early Twentieth-Century England

$20.00

Price: $20.00 for Members and Non-Members 

Dates & Time: Wednesday, April 3rd, 2:00-3:30

Class Type: Online

Instructor: Julie Taddeo

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Course Description

 The popular TV series “Downton Abbey” offers a window into the social, political, and cultural life of a period. The show lets us examine such topics as Edwardianism, the Great War, voting rights, the Roaring 20s, as well as the 21st-century context in which it is viewed. Can Downton really “do history” and why does our fascination with aristocracy persist in pop culture?

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Additional information

Course Term

Winter2024

Day of the Week

Wednesday

Instructor

Dr. Julie Taddeo, Ph.D. History, University of Rochester

Event Type

Lecture

Event Details

Date: 2024-04-03

Start time: 02:00 PST

End time: 03:30 PST

Venue: Online

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