HIS 1101: Emergence of Europe
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►Course description: This course will examine the history of the western world from c.500 BCE to c.1650 and will consider some key texts to see what they can tell us about the periods under review. ►Learning Objectives: a) Students will be able to analyze primary sources by placing them in historical context b) Student will be able to apply their skills to material from diverse geographical areas and different time periods of study. c) Students will be able to assess the reliability of sources and evaluate their content. d) Students will be able to produce a work of historical analysis in clear prose. ►Content goals: a) To acquire basic information about events, people and achievements from c.500 BCE to c.1650. b) To extract historical information from a variety of primary sources.
Stenhouse, William. (2020, Fall). HIS1101: Emergence of Europe, Yeshiva College.