• 1 Page V57.0133
    V57.0133

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    The Middle Ages at the Movies V57.0133 Summer 2007, Session II Depictions of the Middle Ages in film are abundant and offer themselves up for several lines of analysis and study. They can be compared with the original source material that inspired t

  • 8 Pages V57.0199syl
    V57.0199syl

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    THE NON-WESTERN ROOTS OF WESTERN CULTURE V57.0199 Four Credits Professor Richard Hull SUMMER 2007 Description: This seminar surveys the impact of non-Western ideas, institutions, material culture, and technologies on the development of Western civili

  • 4 Pages V57.0030rev
    V57.0030rev

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    Sullivan, 1 Global History Syllabus Introduction to Global History V57.0030.001 Frances Sullivan Office and Mailbox: King Juan Carlos Center, 53 Washington Square South, 5W. Email: fps203@nyu.edu. Office hours: by appointment. Reading Materials for

  • 1 Page V57.0009
    V57.0009

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    U.S. History to 1865 V57.0009.001 Kendra Field Office and Mailbox: King Juan Carlos Center, 53 Washington Square South, 5W. Email: ktf219@nyu.edu Office hours: TBD Class Meetings: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 4:55-7:00 in room 527 of the King

  • 1 Page V57.0001
    V57.0001

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    V57.0001 Western Civilization, Europe in the Making Instructor: Susan Valentine Course Summary: This course will consider the formation of a Western or European culture from Ancient Greece to the early modern period of conquest and colonization of th

  • 1 Page V57.0648
    V57.0648

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    African-American History from 1865 Summer 2007 This class will examine the experiences of African Americans from the end of the Civil War to the present. Topics that students will explore include: the meaning of Reconstruction for African Americans i

  • 1 Page V57.0156
    V57.0156

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    Europe since 1945 V57.0156.001 Summer 2007 In 1945 Europe lay devastated by war and dominated by two new superpowers. The longstanding European claim to global pre-eminence in politics, culture and technology was shattered. In this course we'll look

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