Lesson1 - Why did you take the -like the Middle Ages...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/8/10 Why did you take the course? -like the Middle Ages -know a lot about the Middle Ages -SCA -literature -fit my schedule/requirement -I have no idea…
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11/8/10 3rd-8th Century What happened then? Focus on Europe
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11/8/10 Why do the Middle Ages matter? Medieval life in modern culture Authority of the state Citizenship Law Love Military University
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11/8/10 Classical Rome Latin Christianity Early Germanic Society
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11/8/10 Dr. Carlee Arnett, Office: 413 Sproul; Tel.: 752-0751; clarnett@ucdavis.edu MWF 11:00-11:50, 234 Wellman; Office hours: Monday 12-1, Thursday 9-10 and by appt. Discussion sections:
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11/8/10 Required texts: Backman, Clifford. 2009. The Worlds of Medieval Europe . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Course requirements:
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11/8/10 Grading: You will be graded on your performance: Participation 10% Homework/Quizzes 20% Essays 15% Oral Presentation 15%
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course MST 020A taught by Professor Blaircitron during the Fall '10 term at UC Davis.

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Lesson1 - Why did you take the -like the Middle Ages...

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