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This course looks at how over the course of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Europeans gave up one set of “others,” that is, social outsiders (witches, Jews and the poor) and during the Enlightenment replaced these with a new set of “others” (women, Africans and Asians). History 300 is a historical methods course, so this subject matter will be discussed with a view toward also giving students some basic introduction to how historians develop and debate historical theses.

The Birth of the Modern: Europe and its Others Arizona State University

    • History

This course looks at how over the course of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Europeans gave up one set of “others,” that is, social outsiders (witches, Jews and the poor) and during the Enlightenment replaced these with a new set of “others” (women, Africans and Asians). History 300 is a historical methods course, so this subject matter will be discussed with a view toward also giving students some basic introduction to how historians develop and debate historical theses.

    Introduction to the Birth of the Modern

    Introduction to the Birth of the Modern

    • 38 min
    Background on the Central Middle Ages Part I

    Background on the Central Middle Ages Part I

    • 30 min
    Background on the Central Middle Ages Part II

    Background on the Central Middle Ages Part II

    • 30 min
    The 12th Century Renaissance

    The 12th Century Renaissance

    • 31 min
    1200-1500 AD

    1200-1500 AD

    • 40 min
    1500-1700 AD

    1500-1700 AD

    • 42 min

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