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1 Proposal: number 43

43. HIST 101/101W: Early Modern Europe 1500-1815

Contact:Frank Warren
Abstract:Through a combination of theoretical readings and assignment using primary
sources, students are introduced to the nature of history and its place in the
liberal arts curriculum. Although a general survey course in early modern
Europe, the course concentrates on social and cultural history_and the
transformation in social structures and relations, values and beliefs that took
place between 1500 and 1815. The course will focus on diversity and the nature
of difference through its concentration on the condition of women and the poor.

Submissions and Approvals

Course Date Requirement Action By Whom Notes
HIST 101 2008-08-27 SS Submitted Dept
HIST 101 2008-08-27 ET Submitted Dept
HIST 101 2008-08-27 PI Submitted Dept
HIST 101 2008-12-03 SS Approved GEAC
HIST 101 2008-12-03 ET Approved GEAC
HIST 101 2008-12-03 PI Approved GEAC
HIST 101 2009-02-05 SS Approved UCC
HIST 101 2009-02-05 ET Approved UCC
HIST 101 2009-02-05 PI Approved UCC
HIST 101 2009-03-12 SS Approved Senate
HIST 101 2009-03-12 ET Approved Senate
HIST 101 2009-03-12 PI Approved Senate
HIST 101W 2008-12-03 SS Approved GEAC
HIST 101W 2008-12-03 ET Approved GEAC
HIST 101W 2008-12-03 PI Approved GEAC
HIST 101W 2009-02-05 SS Approved UCC
HIST 101W 2009-02-05 ET Approved UCC
HIST 101W 2009-02-05 PI Approved UCC
HIST 101W 2009-03-12 SS Approved Senate
HIST 101W 2009-03-12 ET Approved Senate
HIST 101W 2009-03-12 PI Approved Senate