War And Society, 1350-1914

War And Society, 1350-1914

Prefix: 
HIS
Course Number: 
119

?War and Society in the West, 1350-1914,? is the opening course in a three-course series on the history of warfare. The course begins in the late middle ages with the impact of gunpowder, and ends with the advent of the First World War. Topics covered in the course include the impact of technology on war, the connections between culture and warfare, the growth of the state in modern Europe, the experience of soldier and civilians during war, and the rise of western military superiority. No prerequisites.

Sections

Fall 2017
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
HIS 119-001 3.0 Rm.118, Rm.338 Scott K. Taylor, Shelley Zhou
HIS 119-002 3.0 Rm.118, Rm.331 Scott K. Taylor, Melissa Worley Kapitan
HIS 119-004 3.0 Rm.118, Rm.B9 Scott K. Taylor, Melissa Worley Kapitan
HIS 119-007 3.0 Rm.118, Rm.005 Scott K. Taylor, Melissa Worley Kapitan
HIS 119-008 3.0 Rm.118, Rm.145 Scott K. Taylor, Shelley Zhou
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