09:00 AM to 10:15 AM MW
Krug Hall 7
Section Information for Fall 2022
The course surveys major features of the principal existing civilizations of the world, and the major types of global contacts, as they were originally formed and as they have been altered during the past two to four centuries by the “forces of modernity.” We will try to define what the major traditional features of each relevant regional civilization were, and particularly how cultures persisted and changed, and what the “forces of modernity” have been. The chief goals of the course involve enhancing three habits of mind that are essential in understanding a globalizing world: the ability to assess change and continuity over time on a global level; the capacity to compare different societies; and the understanding of the emergence and impact of global processes.
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