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HIST 104F Topics in World History - CULTURES CONTACT

Thematically-organized topics will explore global aspects of human experience across time. Each section will examine a single theme. Check with the department for course offerings.

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Credits: 3


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HIST 104F 101Lecture1 Mon Wed16:0017:00

In 2020W, the topic for HIST 104F is Cultures in Contact. An introduction to world history through a series of case studies emphasizing contact and exchange between cultures, through, for example, trade, conquest, or conversion, as a key factory in historical change. This is not a survey course. We will focus on a number of case studies, from from travelers tales in medieval Afro-Eurasia to today's globalized and multicultural world. The course emphasizes not just what happened but how historians approach the past itself. A substantial portion of the course content will be delivered via a flipped classroom model, with some material delivered online and classroom time dedicated to collaborative work, problem-based learning, and opportunities to ask questions and explore material togeth and ~

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HIST 104F L01Discussion1 Fri9:0010:00
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