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HIST 102 World History from 1500 to the Twentieth Century

The civilizations of Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas, with emphasis on the political, economic, ecological and cultural links among them, and the impact of oceanic contact, imperialism, warfare, migration, and globalization.

This course is eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading. To determine whether you can take this course for Credit/D/Fail grading, visit the Credit/D/Fail website. You must register in the course before you can select the Credit/D/Fail grading option.

Credits: 6


Status Section Activity Term Mode of Delivery Interval Days Start Time End Time Section Comments Course Requires
In-Person Attendance
HIST 102 001Lecture1Online Mon Wed13:0014:00

In 2021/22, the lectures for HIST 102 will be online. All but three of the discussion groups will meet in person. This course offers a broad survey of the history of the world from the end of the fifteenth century to the early twentieth century. The course begins at the pivotal moment in world history when oceanic contact created new connections between Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Term 1 will focus on the period from 1500 to 1750. We will examine and compare the political, social, economic and religious systems of some major civilizations, particularly those of East Asia, South Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and consider how increased contact among these cultures resulted in new patterns of conquest, collaboration and exchange. Term 2 will cover the history of the world from and ~

about 1750 to the early twentieth century. We will study the new forms of globalization that resulted from intensified European colonialism as well as the emergence of new ideologies in the nineteenth century and then see how these trends contributed to the political catastrophes that beset much of the world in the first half of the twentieth century.

No
Lecture2Online Mon Wed13:0014:00

In 2021/22, the lectures for HIST 102 will be online. All but three of the discussion groups will meet in person. This course offers a broad survey of the history of the world from the end of the fifteenth century to the early twentieth century. The course begins at the pivotal moment in world history when oceanic contact created new connections between Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Term 1 will focus on the period from 1500 to 1750. We will examine and compare the political, social, economic and religious systems of some major civilizations, particularly those of East Asia, South Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and consider how increased contact among these cultures resulted in new patterns of conquest, collaboration and exchange. Term 2 will cover the history of the world from and ~

about 1750 to the early twentieth century. We will study the new forms of globalization that resulted from intensified European colonialism as well as the emergence of new ideologies in the nineteenth century and then see how these trends contributed to the political catastrophes that beset much of the world in the first half of the twentieth century.

No
HIST 102 L1ADiscussion1In-Person Fri14:0015:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

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Discussion2In-Person Fri14:0015:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

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HIST 102 L1BDiscussion1In-Person Fri10:0011:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

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Discussion2In-Person Fri10:0011:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

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HIST 102 L1CDiscussion1In-Person Fri13:0014:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed

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Discussion2In-Person Fri13:0014:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed

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HIST 102 L1DDiscussion1-2In-Person Fri15:0016:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

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HIST 102 L1EDiscussion1In-Person Fri14:0015:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

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Discussion2In-Person Fri14:0015:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

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HIST 102 L1FDiscussion1-2Online Fri

This discussion section is reserved for international students taking the course from abroad. It will be taught online asynchronously (no fixed class time). Students studying on campus must enrol in one of the sections scheduled for a specific time and classroom.

No
HIST 102 L1GDiscussion1-2Online Fri

This discussion section is reserved for international students taking the course from abroad. It will be taught online asynchronously (no fixed class time). Students studying on campus must enrol in one of the sections scheduled for a specific time and classroom.

No
HIST 102 L1HDiscussion1-2Online Fri

This discussion section is reserved for international students taking the course from abroad. It will be taught online asynchronously (no fixed class time). Students studying on campus must enrol in one of the sections scheduled for a specific time and classroom.

No
HIST 102 L1KDiscussion1In-Person Fri11:0012:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

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Discussion2In-Person Fri11:0012:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

See Section Comments
HIST 102 L1LDiscussion1In-Person Fri12:0013:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

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Discussion2In-Person Fri12:0013:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

See Section Comments
HIST 102 L1MDiscussion1In-Person Fri12:0013:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

See Section Comments
Discussion2In-Person Fri12:0013:00

This discussion section is for students who are present on campus. It will meet in person at the day/time listed.

See Section Comments