Medieval Europe (HIST 351)
This course will examine the history of medieval Europe from the fifth century through the fourteenth century, including its political, economical, religious, intellectual, and social aspects. Topics will include the fall of the western half of the Roman Empire, the spread of Christianity, the Germanic tribes, feudalism, the feudal monarchies, the Crusades, the renaissance of the twelfth century, the rise of the Christian monasticism and the papacy, the Black Death, and the Hundred Years’ War. This course meets General Education requirements for Cultural Enrichment. Prerequisites: ENGL 250. Typically offered: Fall , Spring, Summer
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