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    Course Overview:

    This course is different than your typical History courses. This class is focused on the historical evolution of human societies and the role of technology in that change. If you are interested in learning about how the human society has evolved such as going from the Neolithic revolution where humans never stayed in one place and always moved in hunting to Agricultural revolution where societies settled in one place with development of farming.

    Course highlights:

    My highlights were learning about the food industry. It was quite interesting as I was amazed by how our whole food industry is controlled by just couple of major companies that control everything.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    There is a lot of reading you have to keep up with in this class. As long as you read and pay attention in class, you will succeed.

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