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Spring Term 2015 Violence in Medieval and Early Modern Europe - 3336 - HIST 431
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Prerequisites/Notes: Junior standing or consent of instructor

Catalog Description : A chronological and thematic examination of the understandings, uses, and effects of violence between roughly 1000 and 1800. Structured loosely around changing distinctions between licit and illicit forms of violence, the course will explore the transition from reliance upon self-help to well-articulated systems of jurisdiction at different levels of society. Topics will include warfare (feud, conflict among states, mercenaries, standing armies), jurisprudence (interrogation, torture, public execution), revolt (riot, rebellion), and interpersonal violence (criminal behavior, retribution). Readings will include a wide variety of documentary materials and scholarship. (E) Fulfills seminar requirement.

Attributes: Humanities Div GER (01cr), BM Humanities (01cr), Advanced Course


Term

Spring Term 2015

Instructors

Edmund Michael Kern

Course

HIST 431

Grade Mode

Standard

Title

VIOLENCE IN MEDVL & MOD EUROPE

Final Exam

Wednesday, Jun 10, 2015 11:30 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.

CRN

3336

Status

Active

Class Time

12:30-02:20 TR MAIN 105

Start-End Date

Mar 30, 2015-Jun 10, 2015

Campus

Appleton Main Campus

Units

6

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