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HIST 3000 - Global Histories: Encounters and Exchanges

5 credit hours
Examines worldwide encounters of people and the exchanges of goods and ideas since 1450. Analyzes how peoples in Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe have understood one another and adapted to their coexistence. Highlights little-known individual actors in world history - the traveler, the explorer, the immigrant - searching for adventure and new opportunities. Interprets primary and secondary historical sources. Employs Orientalist, globalization, and feminist theories to demonstrate how global encounters have changed over time. Cross-listed with INST 3000.

Prerequisite Course(s): HIST 1210



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