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HIST 1020 Fall 2008 Office Hours: T, Th 11-12, and by appointment Professor Susan Kent Hellems 203; tel: 2-2354 susan.kent@colorado.edu This course will examine the conventional subjects of western civ courses-absolutism, the French Revolution, industrialization, world wars, and the like-from an environmental perspective, making connections between political; llqcial, OCiOnomic;ai1d (:ultural events and the physical environment in which they occur and upon which they have an impact. In lieu of a stand-alone textbook, this course will utilize an on-line textbook available through the website administered by Great River Technologies. For those of you with financial aid, you may purchase ail access card through the bookstore; the rest of you will probably want to purchase access to the site on-line, as it will be discounted there. The e-text is comprised of eight chapters, each covering roughly a two-week period. You will have to complete a map assignment within the first two weeks of the course. Each chapter also contains a quiz-ealled
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