HIST2321 Western Civilization 1 (08/28/2017-12/04/2017)

Course Memo
This course is surveys Western Civilization through the fourteenth century. This class emphasizes the ancient Near East, the societal movement that arose around the Mediterranean, and how the societal movements affect the regions of Europe. This class covers history both historically and thematically, including: geography, economy, religion, the rise and fall of empires, feudalism and the emergence of national monarchies. This class was formerly GE 505.
ASSIGNED BOOKS
Title Author ISBN Year Edition Price
A Week in the Life of a Roman Centurion Gary M. Burge Gary M. Burge 978-0830824625 2015   19.99
Making of the West, Volume I: (Concise) To 1750: P Lynn Hunt 9780312672737 Used   40.00
Prayers For Dark People W.E.B. Du Bois   1980   16.99
Religions of the Silk Road: Premodern Patterns of Richard Foltz 978-0230621251     30.00
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