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HIST 565 - The Mediterranean in history

Description
The course explores the various historiographical approaches to the Mediterranean world since the pioneering works of Fernand Braudel. It aims to assess the validity of the “Mediterranean” as a legible unit of analysis for historians and social scientists. The syllabus offers specialized readings on the early modern to modern history and geography of the region ─with a focus on trans-regional contacts, migration, climate, and ecology─ as means to acquaint students with the ongoing academic debates surrounding the framing of the “Mediterranean” as a discrete geo-historical entity, including the more recent arguments for integrating “Mediterranean Studies” into “World History”.
Credits
3
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Fall 2018
Offered
Tu
Avg. Class Size
18
Avg. Sections
1