The World of Charlemagne

TR 9:30-11, VIRTUAL

Investigates the world of the first medieval emperor, Charles the Great, or Charlemagne (768-814). Focuses on how Charlemagne and his dynasty, the Carolingians (ruled 751-888), forged a vast empire out of the diverse peoples and territories of Europe – not only through conquests and military might, but through Christianity and the Church, education and literacy, government and law, art and architecture, and a fundamental reorganization of the economy and society. Considers the enduring contributions of Charlemagne and his family to the formation of Europe as well as the shortcomings and failures of their empire.

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Offered Spring 2021

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21H.132

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Medieval Economic History in Comparative Perspective

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Ancient Empires: Persians and Greeks in Antiquity

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The Making of a Roman Emperor

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The Ancient World: Greece

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The Medieval World

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Barbarians, Saints, and Emperors

Eric J. Goldberg Intermediate HASS-H
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The City of Athens in the Age of Pericles

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William Broadhead Intermediate HASS-H
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The Vikings

Eric J. Goldberg Intermediate HASS-H
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The City of Rome in the Age of the Caesars

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Julius Caesar in the Fall of the Roman Republic

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Early Christianity

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