HIST143 - FOUNDATIONS OF EUROPEAN THOUGHT: FROM ROME TO THE RENAISSANCE

Description: 
This course offers an introduction to the world of thought and learning at the heart of European culture, from the Romans through the Renaissance. We begin with the ancient Mediterranean and the formation of Christianity and trace its transformation into European society. Along the way we will examine the rise of universities and institutions for learning, and follow the humanist movement in rediscovering and redefining the ancients in the modern world.
Instructors: 
MOYER, ANN
Day and Time: 
TR 1030AM-1200PM
Room: 
COLLEGE HALL 315A
Activity: 
LEC
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    CROSS CULTURAL ANALYSIS