Oct 27, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

HIST 1040 The Early Modern World


This course provides broad coverage of the shaping of the first global age (1200-1800 C.E.). It traces political, economic, social, and cultural developments as well as interactions among the principal regions of the world: Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Asia during the late Middle Ages and the Early Modern era. Topics will include exploration, conquest, and colonialism; religions co-existence, conflict and conversion; medical, technological, and scientific exchange; economic networks; and war and peace. Writing-intensive sections of HIST 1040 will require students to submit approximately 12 pages of formal writing, including a research paper, Blackboard discussion questions, in-class writing, and/or reading logs and journals. AREA 3B:Historical Perspectives Prerequisite(s): BRI 1090  
Credits: 3.0