HIS 222 Early Modern Europe, 1400-1800
Europe from the crisis of the medieval world to the dawn of the modern age. The course traces the transformations of all aspects of European life—economic organization, state structures, religious institutions and sentiments, social structures and gender roles, and intellectual outlooks—with an emphasis on different historiographical approaches and analysis of secondary sources, especially monographs. This course is offered in some fall semesters.
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