12:00 PM to 01:15 PM MW
Horizon Hall 3010
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Section Information for Spring 2023
This lecture-discussion course offers an introduction to the history of Europe from the conversion of the Roman Empire to the fourteenth century. Through the close reading of primary sources we will explore a number of themes including: the break-up of the Mediterranean world and subsequent cultural interaction between the three medieval “heirs of Rome,” the origins of Latin Christendom and the European kingdoms of northern and southern Europe, the idea of the knight, the crusading movement, and the shaping of the different medieval Christianities. A midterm, final, essay, and participation in the class are required.
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