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HIST 256 - Renaissance and Reformation Europe

4.00 credit hours
This course begins with the revival of Western civilization in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in the aftermath of the Black Death, focusing particularly on Italy and Germany. Topics include but are not limited to the invention of the secular state and the cultural accomplishments of the Renaissance, the ramifications of humanism, the rise of religious dissent and the ensuing Protestant Reformation.

Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Humanities.
iCon(s): Experiencing Place, Thinking Globally.


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