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This course is a survey of Medieval Europe from the transformation of the Roman Empire in the 5th century through the late Middle Ages. The emphasis in this course will be on political, economic, and Church history, though other areas will not be ignored.
At the end of the course, students should have:
1. a general knowledge of the events and developments in Medieval Europe.
2. a foundation for understanding later developing in European history.
3. a better understanding of the types of sources available to historians as they attempt to understand Medieval Europe.
~Analyzing complex documents, including problems of bias and provenance
~Understanding the importance of context and cause/effect
~Conducting historical research and assessing the best way to present findings
~Clearly presenting historical analyses, both written and oral
Rosenwein, A Short History of the Middle Ages, 4rd ed.
Research Project 25%
Please note that this university has a no tolerance policy regarding cheating and plagiarism. Use of another person's exact words without quote marks and reference is plagiarism, as is restating another person's ideas but not providing a reference to indicate that it is not your own. If you have any questions, see your Student Handbook, or talk to me.
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