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History 1111/Mason Tentative Lectures and Assignments January 9: Introduction to Course 11: The First Civilizations 16: NO CLASS 18: Ancient Middle East and Egypt 23: Empires Come, Empires Go 25: FIRST EXAM Assignment: McKay: Chapters 1, 2 January 30: The Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment February 1: India: Indian Empires and the Mongols 6: China: Philosophy, Society, Economy and Religion 8: China: Age of Empire 13: Presentations 15: SECOND EXAM Assignment: McKay: Chapters 3, 4, 7, 11, 12 20: Early Greek Civilizations 22: The Greek Polis and City-States
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Unformatted text preview: 27: Classical Greece March 1: The Hellenistic Kingdoms 6-12: SPRING BREAK 13-15: Rome: Government, Society and Empire 20-22: Rome: The Emperors 27: THIRD EXAM 29: Christianity and Islam Assignment: McKay: Chapters 5-6 April 3: The Islamic World 5: 2,500 Years of African History 10: American Civilizations 12: FOURTH EXAM 17-19: Medieval Europe 24-26: Europe in the Middle Ages May 1: FIFTH EXAM Assignment: McKay: Chapters 8, 13 8: FINAL EXAM (1:00 pm)...
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