HIST 4253 - Renaissance and Reformation
Prerequisite(s): Six hours of history or consent of the chair.
A study of the development of European society in the era of the Black Death, of overseas discoveries, of the Renaissance and Reformation. The emphasis of the course will be a topical study of Renaissance humanism and a detailed analysis of the impact of the Reformation on the doctrines and structure of western Christianity.
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