HIST 265 - The European Renaissance
This course will analyze the political, economic, social, cultural, religious, and gender history of the European Renaissance, from approximately 1300-1650. The class will focus on the start of the Renaissance in Italy, examine the spread of the Renaissance into Northern Europe, explore the issues involved in new overseas encounters, as well as discuss the religious upheaval of the Reformation and Wars of Religion. A common theme will be grounding larger ideas associated with the Renaissance in the context of the social and cultural lives of men and women throughout European society. The readings for the class will focus on both primary and secondary sources.
Flexible Core - Individual and Society
Academic Progress Units
Repeat For Credit