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HIST 101: Early Modern Europe 1500-1815

Frank Warren

(Submission #43)

Course Description

Through a combination of theoretical readings and assignment using primary sources, students are introduced to the nature of history and its place in the liberal arts curriculum. Although a general survey course in early modern Europe, the course concentrates on social and cultural history—and the transformation in social structures and relations, values and beliefs that took place between 1500 and 1815. The course will focus on diversity and the nature of difference through its concentration on the condition of women and the poor.


Area of Knowledge and Inquiry: Analyzing Social Structures (SS)
Context of Experience: European Traditions (ET)
Extended Requirement: Pre-Industrial Society (PI)

Additional Course information

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: none
Existing Course: Existing
Existing Course Number: 101
Course Anticipated to be offered: Every Semester
Other (if specified): 
Number of Sections: 4 - 5
Number of Seats: 40 - 55 (unless W)


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