Hist Wrld Rel: (Sr)

Hist Wrld Rel: (Sr)

Prefix: 
HIS
Course Number: 
191

An introduction to the development of Christianity from social, cultural, and institutional perspectives from its origins in the first century to its fragmentation during the Reformations in the 16th century. A special focus of this investigation will be the changes Christianity underwent as it spread through different cultures, evolved over time to new contexts, and reacted to political changes. It will trace the impact of varying cultural forces such as Greco-Roman influence, the conflict between Catholic Christianity, Orthodox Christianity, and Islam during the Crusades, and the Medieval and Renaissance papacy which led to the Reformations.

Sections

Fall 2017
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
HIS 191-001 3.0 Rm.122, Rm.109 David G. Hunter, David G. Hunter
HIS 191-002 3.0 Rm.122, RM.OB7 David G. Hunter, Edward William Schade
HIS 191-003 3.0 Rm.122, Rm.OB3 David G. Hunter, Megan Renz Perry
HIS 191-004 3.0 Rm.122, Rm.210 David G. Hunter, Megan Renz Perry
HIS 191-005 3.0 Rm.122, Rm.253 David G. Hunter, Edward William Schade
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