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Spring Term 2018 Rebellion and Discipline in Reformation Europe - 3614 - HIST 261

Prerequisites/Notes: Sophomore standing or consent of instructor

Catalog Description : An examination of the religious fragmentation of Christian Europe and its social and political aftermath from 1500 to 1715. The course will survey how revolt against the church evolved into a series of rebellions against authority — peasants against nobles, cities against overlords, and nobles against monarchs — and eventually culminated in a reassertion of social discipline through the consolidation of the state’s power, the formation of confessional orthodoxies (Lutheran, Calvinist, Catholic), an increased policing of morality, and the domestication of men’s and women’s roles in society. (E)

Attributes: Humanities Div GER (01cr), BM Humanities (01cr), Foundation/Gateway Course


Term

Spring Term 2018

Instructors

Edmund Michael Kern

Course

HIST 261

Grade Mode

Standard

Title

REBEL & DISCIP REFORMATION EUR

Final Exam

 

CRN

3614

Status

Active

Class Time

12:30-01:40 MWF MAIN 203

Start-End Date

Mar 26, 2018-Jun 06, 2018

Campus

Appleton Main Campus

Units

6

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