WOH1022 World History Since 1500
Taking both a thematic and chronological approach, this course explores the ways in which peoples across the world have engaged, conflicted and cooperated with one another since 1500 CE. We will emphasize the ways in which individuals and groups have experienced and influenced larger historical trends, including exploration and colonization, the rise of capitalism and challenges to capital, decolonization and globalization. Throughout the semester, we will learn how historians create knowledge and practice historical thinking and skills.
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