HIST 3170 Ethnic, Cultural and Religious Identities and the Birth of Europe (2,1,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students engage with the profound changes that marked the passage from the Western Roman empire to the European world which took place over many centuries. Students focus on the transforming identities of populations and cultures greatly affected by a rapidly changing world, filled with migrations, conquests, and evangelization, until a new European identity could be formed.
Prerequisite: No fewer than 6 credits in recognized lower-level History courses
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