CampusHaverford
SemesterFall_2015
Registration IDHISTH114A001
Course TitleOrigins of the Global South
Credit1.00
DepartmentHistory
InstructorKrippner,James
Time And DaysTTH 10:00am-11:30am
Room LocationHLL201
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1856
This course examines the first phase of “globalization” in world history, covering approximately the years from 1300-1800. During the first half of the semester, we will analyze the interconnections and distinct trajectories of core regions within the ancient and medieval world, focusing on Asia, Africa and the Americas. In the second half of the semester we will assess the economic, social and cultural relationships negotiated during the emergence of Iberian (Portuguese and Spanish) colonialism and the redefinition of the Atlantic World in the centuries following 1492. The course concludes with an intensive study of the Haitian Revolution (1791-1804), the first successful anti-colonial revolution in world history and one of several late-eighteenth century popular rebellions signaling the dawn of modernity.
Div: III; Social Science (SO)
Miscellaneous LinksLink to Departmental Homepage
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CampusHaverford
SemesterFall_2015
Registration IDHISTH114A001
Course TitleOrigins of the Global South
Credit1.00
DepartmentAfricana Studies
InstructorKrippner,James
Time And DaysTTH 10:00am-11:30am
Room LocationHLL201
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1856
This course examines the first phase of “globalization” in world history, covering approximately the years from 1300-1800. During the first half of the semester, we will analyze the interconnections and distinct trajectories of core regions within the ancient and medieval world, focusing on Asia, Africa and the Americas. In the second half of the semester we will assess the economic, social and cultural relationships negotiated during the emergence of Iberian (Portuguese and Spanish) colonialism and the redefinition of the Atlantic World in the centuries following 1492. The course concludes with an intensive study of the Haitian Revolution (1791-1804), the first successful anti-colonial revolution in world history and one of several late-eighteenth century popular rebellions signaling the dawn of modernity.
Div: III; Social Science (SO)
Miscellaneous LinksLink to Departmental Homepage
Book Prices



CampusHaverford
SemesterFall_2015
Registration IDHISTH114A001
Course TitleOrigins of the Global South
Credit1.00
DepartmentLatin Amer/Latino/Iberian Peoples & Cultures
InstructorKrippner,James
Time And DaysTTH 10:00am-11:30am
Room LocationHLL201
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1856
This course examines the first phase of “globalization” in world history, covering approximately the years from 1300-1800. During the first half of the semester, we will analyze the interconnections and distinct trajectories of core regions within the ancient and medieval world, focusing on Asia, Africa and the Americas. In the second half of the semester we will assess the economic, social and cultural relationships negotiated during the emergence of Iberian (Portuguese and Spanish) colonialism and the redefinition of the Atlantic World in the centuries following 1492. The course concludes with an intensive study of the Haitian Revolution (1791-1804), the first successful anti-colonial revolution in world history and one of several late-eighteenth century popular rebellions signaling the dawn of modernity.
Div: III; Social Science (SO)
Miscellaneous LinksLink to Departmental Homepage
Book Prices




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