HIST 226(F) (formerly 205) Europe From Reformation to Revolution: 1500-1815

This course introduces students to the major historical developments in Western Europe during the early modern period-such pan-European phenomena as the Reformation, the Witch Craze, the Military Revolution, the rise of absolutist states, the seventeenth-century crisis in government and society, the Enlightenment, the French Revolution and Napoleon, and the establishment of European influence around the world. Format: lecture/discussion. Evaluation will be based on two short papers, a midterm and a final exam. Enrollment limit: 25 (expected: 20). Open to all.

Groups B and D

Hour: WOOD