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201 syllabus 11w - 201-1 Hamblin Syllabus 1 Aug 22, 2011...

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C OURSE S CHEDULE , History 201-07: William J. Hamblin World Civilizations to 1500: Jerusalem and the World Fall 2011, T/Th 1:35-2:50 pm (267 RB) “Verily I say unto you, that it is my will that you should . . . obtain a knowledge of history.” Note: You are responsible for the information on this syllabus. Ignore it at your peril. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. 1. O BJECTIVES : This class will examine the history of the World until about AD 1500. The theme for this class will be “Jerusalem and the World” examining Jerusalem’s role as a sacred center for three major world cultures, and of sacred symbols of art, architecture, ritual and writing associated with ancient temple ideologies. 2. I NSTRUCTOR : William Hamblin Office: 2146 JFSB Email: hamblinwj@gmail.com It is easiest to reach me by email, which I check several times a day. Telephone: 801-422-6469 Office hours: T/Th 9:00-9:25 am, 1:00-1:25 pm; 3:00-3:20 pm or by appointment. Note please take simple problems and questions about records and administration to the TA first; if he cannot help, then come to me. 3. R EQUIRED T EXTS P ROBLEMS : (From the Bookstore) • Anglin, J. and William J. Hamblin, World History to 1648 (HarperCollins, 1993), ISBN 0064671232 (paper), $18.95 • Hamblin, W. and D. Seely, Solomon’s Temple: Myth and History (Thames and Hudson, 2007), ISBN 0500251339 (hard) $40 • Karen Armstrong, Jerusalem: One City, Three Faiths (Ballantine, 1997) ISBN: 9780345391681 (paper) $18 • Additional course materials and primary readings will be placed on
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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201 syllabus 11w - 201-1 Hamblin Syllabus 1 Aug 22, 2011...

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