01:510:211 Harvest of the Middle Ages, 1150-1520
- Academic Credits: 3
- Mode of Instruction: Lecture
Syllabus: pdf Spring 2023 (33 KB)
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- Cross-listed Course: 01:667:282
Harvest of the Middle Ages hopes to provide students with an understanding of the key aspects of the history of Europe from the time of the First Crusade to the beginnings of the Renaissance. The High Middle Ages saw the development of such institutions as the medieval university and the construction of the great Gothic cathedrals. The rise of market economies the development of the centralized nation-states were threatened by the spread of the Black Death and a series of peasant revolts. The term “Harvest” of the Middle Ages suggests that special attention will be paid to the late medieval crises that signaled the shift to the Renaissance.
Credit not given for both this course and 01:667:282.