HIS 3143 - Medieval Ireland

Description
This course will focus on Ireland during the Middle Ages as an entity apart from the Roman Empire and European mainstream. Goals of the course are to cover the introduction of Christianity, Latin, Roman leadership, Viking raids, and the establishment of towns, all of which brought Ireland into exchange with the rest of Europe. In this course, we will examine the history of this “fringe” land from the perspective of the many people who lived there, Irish and others, and look at how their interactions created the modern nation.
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Spring 2019
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Avg. Class Size
25
Avg. Sections
1