Wk 1a Intro Fall 11 Bb

Wk 1a Intro Fall 11 Bb - A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION...

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9/30/11 HISTORY 261: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION
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9/30/11 Syllabus HISTORY 261: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION
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9/30/11 Dr. Brian R. Carniello HISTORY 261: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION
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9/30/11 Dr. Brian R. Carniello Office: Dunford Hall 2511 Phone: 974-6414 E-mail: bcarniel@utk.edu Office Hours: Mon, 9-11; by appointment HISTORY 261: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION
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9/30/11 HISTORY 261: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION TAs : Melissa Merritt Sections 11 (W 9:05-9:55); 1 (W 12:20- 1:10); 5 (R 11:10-12) Office: Greve 325 Office Hours: MWR 10-11, by appointment
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9/30/11 HISTORY 261: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION TAs : Jeremy Land Sections 2 (W 1:25-2:15); 6 (F 8-8:50); 8 10:10-11) Office: Greve 325 Office Hours: W 2:30-4:30, by appointment
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9/30/11 HISTORY 261: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION TAs : James White Sections 4 (R 10:05-10:55); 7 (F 9:05-9:55); 9 (F 11:15-12:05) Office: Greve 324 Office Hours:
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9/30/11 HISTORY 261: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION TAs : Geoff Martin Sections 3 (R 8:35-9:25); 10 (M 8-8:50); 12 (M 10:10-11) Office: Dunford Hall 2548 Office Hours: M 1-3
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9/30/11 Required Texts : HISTORY 261:
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Unformatted text preview: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION 9/30/11 Syllabus HISTORY 261: A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION 9/30/11 Rise of Complex Societies (c.3000-800 BCE) Classical Period (c.800 BCE-650 CE) Neolithic Period (c.8000-2000 BCE) Periods of World Civilization Post-Classical Period (c.650-1500 CE) Axial Age (c.800-200 BCE) Late-Classical Period (c.225-650 CE) Age of Empires (c.600 BCE-225 CE) 9/30/11 9/30/11 What is history? 9/30/11 Things that happened. What is history? 9/30/11 A written record of events. A chronicle. What is history? Things that happened. 9/30/11 A written record of events. A chronicle. A field of study that seeks to understand the past. What is history? Things that happened. 9/30/11 What is history? The best historian is not the one who knows the most facts, but the one who knows which facts are important and why. 9/30/11 Why study history? 9/30/11 Why study history? 9/30/11 Why study history? 9/30/11 Why study history? 9/30/11 Why study history? 9/30/11 Why study history? 9/30/11 Why study history?...
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