This Honors course will examine selectively the events, individuals and issues that have determined the course of various civilizations from ancient times to the Middle Ages. The contributions of Near Eastern and African civilizations as well as those of the Greek and Roman worlds will be studied. The influence of religion upon various civilizations, especially those of the Hebrews, Christians and Muslims will be addressed. An inter-disciplinary approach will highlight cultural achievements including an examination of drama, architecture and poetry. Participants will be required to write a research paper and read passages from primary sources of classical literature. Satisfies the General Education requirement in history and partially satisfies the writing requirement of S.B.E. 6A-10.030.
Prerequisites: acceptance into Honors program and ENC 1101 or ENC 1101H.
Terms Offered: Fall
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