Course Details - HIS 4253  Section 01- Jewish Communities

Term: FA-19
Instructor(s): Dr. Karen Frank 
Schedule: MWF 11:30 am to 12:20 pm -- BOR  204
Maximum Enrollment: 15
Current Enrollment: 13
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Lab Fee: NA


Description: Provides a detailed examination of selected events, themes, and issues in the history of western civilization between approximately 1300 BCE and 1300 CE. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, the rise and fall of classical Greece and Rome, the origins and importance of European Christianity, cross-cultural relations between the west and the Islamic world, and the evolution of European government and society from the early through the high middle ages. Students who take this course for upper-level credit will receive additional assignments. This course may be repeated for credit provided it covers a different topic. Prerequisite: HIS 2013 World Civilization I or consent of the Instructor.
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