par Kabir M•
As an Indian citizen, I think the traditions of Magna Carta definitely reflect in the constitution of India as well, and obviously I am bound to, some extent, look at the traditions in a critical perspective. But overall the course has really achieved what it set out to do, that is that it really made the history of Magna Carta in UK and the lands which would eventually become the commonwealth clear. Though I think the creators of this course have avoided having the hard conversations on the dark aspects of the British Empire by just focusing on the impact of the Magna Carta on the American Constitution, and avoiding the conversations from former South East Asian and African colonies
par PILAR V•
This course was complete in historical and political views regarding the Magna Carta.
It explains in detail all the implications throughout history and the impact in everyday life after 800 years.
The instructors were knowledgeable, and it was easy to understand the lectures.
My only complaint was some reading materials were not accessible, when I clicked on the link it said was an error.
Overall this an enjoyable experience.
par Claude S•
A very interesting course. I personally would have preferred a course more focused on the original Magna Carta, the problems that led up to it and the study of the main antagonists. Nevertheless, I understand that at the dawn of its 800th anniversary, it was more important to stress Magna Carta's impact over time and effectively, the study lessons proved that there was more to this document than meets the eye.
par Shivam A•
One should definitely join this course if he is interested in knowing the first brick of democracy and statutes. Magna Carta is the first written statute that helped us protect the fundamental and natural rights of the public.
par russell p•
i am particularly interested in Magna Carta because the Cathedral's 1215 version used to be rolled up unbelievably in a drawer in my office in the Cathedral .
The course is excellent and informative and i would recommend any one with the slightest interest in Magna Carta and world history to enrol on the course
par Gavin C•
This course excelled my expectations and covered much much more than an illuminated thirteenth century parchment manuscript. Very thought provoking. Excellent learning resources both ancient and modern. Thank you.
par Beatriz m D•
It has been a good course.It is always good to know the politics of other countries.Ihave not done thepeer task because I cannot access the certificate.Thank you,Bea.
par Sana A•
It was highly beneficial and informative. Moreover, this course will help me to write more about human rights and their relevance with other fundamental laws today
par Tomas B•
A very great and interesting course about Magna Carta.
par FRANK A•
A very interesting course
par Andrés M G O•
very good course
par Angela R•
I thought that this was a very interesting class. As an American, Magna Carta is something that is really only taught in World History classes, it is not a basic topic of study for all students. It really should be, and I am glad that I was able to really learn about it in such depth.
par Sebastian S•
An excellent course, however, if fails to address validity of Article 61 in present time.
par Joy S•
I learned that there is way more to Magna Carta than just the history
par Kritika M•
Overly stretched out. Not much new stuff to learn in it. Also, a bit biased towards Brits in the beginning. Enjoyed the frankness of discussion towards the end about the dark side of Magna Carta and the acceptance of the fabrication of its legacy. Could have been a 2 weeks course.