HIST2322 Western Civilization 2 (08/28/2017-12/04/2017)

Course Memo
This course surveys Western Civilization from the fifteenth century, reviewing the Medieval and Renaissance worldview. This class emphasizes the Reformation, societal movement that arose out of Western Europe, and how these societal movements affect both America and Eastern Europe. This class covers history both historically and thematically, including: geography, economy, religion, the rise and fall of monarchies, feudalism and the emergence of modern world. This class was formerly GE 506.
ASSIGNED BOOKS
Title Author ISBN Year Edition Price
Christianity, Social Justice, and the Japanese Ame Anne M. Blankenship       40.00
Making of the West, Volume II: (Concise)Since 1500 Lynn Hunt 9780312672744 Used   40.00
Prayers For Dark People W.E.B. Du Bois   1980   16.99
The True History of Chocolate Michael D. Coe Michael D. Coe 9780500290682     23.00
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