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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

HI 201 - Ancient History & Culture (3)

Using culture (i.e., the arts) as the central category of historical analysis, this course is a global history of human experience from ca. 3500 BCE to 1450 CE. In each major unit of the course, students will analyze cultural artifacts to excavate the significance of culture (i.e., the arts) as a reflection of and reaction to the development of power relations (i.e., political, economic, social, or gender hierarchies) and the impact of transnational forces (i.e., global networks of trade, war, ideas, or human migration) in diverse cultures and societies over time in world history. Meets the lower-division requirement for World History in the major. PRE-2015 CORE: Level II. 2015 CORE: Creativity & Culture, Acquire, Global Studies.