4710, 4720, 4730 SPECIAL TOPICS COURSES

 FALL 2012

HIST 4720 Issues and Topics in European History:  The Life and Times of Charles Dickens  CRN 22071
This course is taught in honor of this being the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth.  This course deals with the history of England during most of the nineteenth century, and specifically focuses on the life and writings of Charles Dickens and how they reflect and changed the conditions, society, culture, and politics of England at that time. 
 
Some students may not realize that these special topics courses are open to everyone, and they will count towards the student's history major and minor degrees, and this course will fulfill the European regional requirement as well. 
 
The history department is offering many Issues and Topics courses this fall, and I hope that students will consider taking this course. 
 
sfrancis@weber.edu 


 


CRN 22105

HISTORY 4710 Issues and Topics in North American History

TUES/THUR 10:30-11:45 a.m.

SS217

AFRICAN-AMERICAN

IDEAS and CULTURE

Questions? Contact Dr. Vickers: vikkivickers@weber.edu, Rm. 252 SSB


 

THE PARTY’S OVER

 HIST 4720 Issues and Topics in European History 

 CRN 22076 UPPER DIVISION MAJOR/MINOR GLOBAL CREDIT

DR. LaRAE LARKIN  10:30-11:20 MWF

 POST-SOVIET RUSSIA,

RUSSIA AFTER THE COLLAPSE OF THE SOVIET UNION

 For more information:  Llarkin@weber.edu

SUMMER 2012



Medieval European Warfare

 Dr. Randall P. Moffett

History 4720 CRN 11055

SUMMER 2012  5/7-8/17  10:30-11:20 MWF

                  With the fall of the Western Roman Empire much of Europe was hurled into a period of instability and deterioration. Various new contenders entered into the European scene and began competing with those already present in the creation of a plethora of new political entities all attempting to reestablish themselves as the dominant power in Europe. Many of these formative states would be the foundations for modern European nations. This period was crucial in the development of modern Europe and has had a great impact on much of the world. A major feature in the formation of these kingdoms was warfare.

             This Course will examine the  development of tactics, strategy, military equipment and organization throughout the Medieval Period (c.500-1500 CE). As well it will focus on several specific campaigns and battles to see how these events and developments applied to and affected warfare.


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