Wes Civ I SyllabusSP7

Wes Civ I SyllabusSP7 - History 102 Spring 2007 Paul...

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History 102 Spring 2007 Paul Michael Arena Office: Coor 4544 Hours: F 10:00-11:30 and App. e-mail: paul.arena@asu.edu Home: (602) 971-3702 Cell: (602) 421-5077 Texts Spielvogel Western Civilization: Volume A 5 th ed. (required) Rogers Aspects of Western Civilization I 5 th ed. (required) Goals of Class The purpose of this course is to explore the processes and development of civilization and culture of the West. We shall begin this journey in ancient Mesopotamia and close with the advent of the “Renaissance.” Readings and Lectures The course is geared around two main texts: Spielvogel and Rogers. Both texts are important. Spielvogel provides the outline for the course, while Rogers features important primary readings (as well as Plutarch and Power.) The lectures will highlight important events and themes in (and sometimes outside) the reading material. Most Fridays will feature a discussion of the Rogers selections (and Plutarch and Power when relevant.) Exams Midterm Exam
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2008 for the course HST 102 taught by Professor Satterlee during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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