Credits: 3 credits
Participants explore various social and cultural perspectives of European history. Aspects of domestic life, economic activity, religion, and popular culture provide the basis for related thematic considerations, including family and sexual relationships, social stratification, violence and public order, and leisure, ritual, and education in pre-industrial and industrial Europe. Participants work with a variety of complex historical sources.
Prerequisite: No fewer than 6 credits in recognized lower-level History courses
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