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History 160: Global History: World VT

Frank Warren

(Submission #8)

Course Description

The primary focus of the course will be on the historic development of nations, institutions within nations, social movements, and historic trends across national borders. Comparative history, international relationships, and cross-national influences will be considered. The syllabi on comparative world slavery and colonization and freedom struggles are illustrative of topics on world global history. Since all sections of the course will focus social institutions,political and social structures. governments, or nations, the course will satisfy the Analyzing Social Structures area. Depending on the topic, a course could also meet the Pre-Industrial Extended Knowledge Requirement.


Area of Knowledge and Inquiry: Analyzing Social Structures (SS)
Context of Experience: World Cultures (WC)
Extended Requirement: Not Applicable

Additional Course information

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
Existing Course: New
Existing Course Number: 
Course Anticipated to be offered: Every Semester
Other (if specified): 
Number of Sections: 1
Number of Seats: 30


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