History 275B: EARLY MODERN EUROPE

Instructor: Ethan Shagan

This course fulfills the elective requirement for the DE in REMS.

Fri 2-4, 211 Dwinelle, 4 units, CCN 39714

History 275B is the foundational course in the history of early modern Europe from roughly 1400 to 1800, or from the Renaissance through the French Revolution. The course offers an intensive introduction to major themes and historiographical debates and aims to develops graduate students’ skills in historical criticism. It is intended for graduate students in the history department with EME as their first or second field; other graduate students may take the course with permission of the instructor.

Section times and locations in the Schedule of Classes