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Part I: Settling the “West”

14 January

Course Introductions

16 January

The practice of history

Pavlac, 1-16

18 January

The Ancient World,

Pavlac, Ch. 2 & 3

Code of Hammurabi

Epic of Gilgamesh, “The Flood”

21 January

Greek Politics

Pavlac, 57-71

Thucydides, The Funeral Oration of Pericles

23 January

Greek Culture

Pavlac, 71-79

Plato, The Apology of Socrates

25 January

Roman Republic

Pavlac, 81-90

The Twelve Tables

Sallust, “Life in Rome in the Late Republic”

(Quiz 1 on Moodle)

28 January

Roman Empire

Pavlac, 90-103

Pliny the Elder, “The Grandeur of Rome”

30 January

Rise of Christianity

Pavlac, 105-114

Christian Beginnings

Part II: The Formation of “Western” Institutions

1 February

Byzantium, Or the Eastern Empire

Pavlac, 114-119
Nika Riot
Racing Factions

4 February

West “versus” East

Pavlac, 119-122

Ibn Ishaq, Selections from the Life of Muhammad

6 February

Defining the “Middle Ages”

Pavlac, 127-138

The First European Empire

The Franks

8 February

Medieval Political and Social Systems

Pavlac, 139-177

Fiefs and Jurisdiction

Charter of Homage and Fealty

11 February

Part III: Movement Toward the Modern “West”

The Plague

Pavlac, 177-180

Boccaccio, The Decameron, Introduction

The Black Death and the Jews

13 February


Pavlac, 185-198

Petrarch, Letters

15 February

Renaissance Art

Giorgio Vasari, “Life of Leonardo da Vinci, 1550”
(Quiz 3 on Moodle)

18 February

Machiavelli, The Prince

Historical Source Discussion

Worksheet Due in Class; take quiz in class

20 February

Western Expansion

Pavlac, 211-220

Christopher Columbus, extracts from journal

Hernan Cortes, Second Letter to the Emperor Charles V, 1520

22 February

Luther’s Reformation

Pavlac, 199-203

Martin Luther, Letter to the Archbishop of Mainz, 1517

Luther Against the Peasants

25 February

Exam 1

27 February

Other Reformations—Counter Reformation, Henry VIII

Pavlac, 203-205

Letter of Thomas Cranmer

Henry VIII, Act of Supremacy

Ignatius Loyola, Spiritual Exercises

1 March

Religious Violence after the Reformation

Pavlac, 205-210

Content Quiz 4

4 March – Break

6 March – Break

8 March – Break

11 March

Part IV: The Age of Revolutions in the Modern Era

Scientific Revolution

Pavlac, 223-228

Nicolas Copernicus, The Revolutions of the Heavenly Bodies, 1543 excerpt

The Crime of Galileo: Indictment and Abjuration of 1633

13 March

The Enlightenment

Pavlac, 228-241

Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan, chapter 13
John Locke, Second Treatise on Government, excerpts

Jean Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract, excerpts

15 March

Enlightened Despots

Frederick II, Political Testament the Great.html

18 March

Industrial Revolution

Pavlac, 263-273

Robert Owen, Observations on the Effect of the Manufacturing System

20 March

French Revolution, The Founding of a Republic

Pavlac, 241-254
Readings from French Revolution and Human Rights

Worksheet due in class

22 March

More on the Founding of a Republic

Readingds from French Revolution and Human Rights
Quiz in Class

25 March

French Revolution, The Establishment of the Terror

Pavlac, 254-256; 260-262

Maximilien Robespierre, The Cult of the Supreme Being

Maximilien Robespierre, Justification of the Use of Terror

27 March

Napoleon’s France & The Meaning of the Revolution

Pavlac, 256-260

The Napoleonic Code

29 March

Part V: The Modern “Western” State

Modern Ideologies (Liberalism)

Pavlac, 273-288

Pamphlet on Laissez-faire
Liberalism Evaluated

Samuel Smiles, Self Help (chapter 1)

1 April

Modern Ideologies, Part II (Nationalism)

Herder, Materials for the Philosophy of the History of Mankind

Mazzini, On Nationality

Herzl, On the Jewish State

Proclamation of the Irish Republic

Treitschke, The Greatness of War

3 April

A New Kind of Imperial State

Olaudah Equiano, An Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano
Worksheet due in Class. Quiz in class.

5 April

1848 Revolutions
Documents of the 1848 Revolutions in France
The National Song of Hungary, 1848

(Quiz 5 on Moodle)

8 April
Exam 2

10 April
No Class

12 April
No Class

15 April

Communist Manifesto

Historical Source Discussion

Worksheet due in class; take quiz in class

17 April

The Founding of New Nations

Pavlac, 310-315

Joseph Mazzini, On the Duties of Man, “Duties Towards Your Country”

Ernst Moritz Arndt, The German Fatherland, 1813

Max Schneckenburger, The Watch on the Rhine, 1870

24 April

Life in the Modern Era

Pavlac, 288-295
Baudelaire, “The Eyes of the Poor”

26 April

Life in the Modern Era, Part II
“The Murder in Whitechapel”

29 April

The Drive to Expand the West—New Imperialism

Pavlac, 297-310

Rudyard Kipling, “White Man’s Burden”

British Missionary Letters: Urging the Annexation of the South Sea Islands, 1883

William Henry Furness III, Visit to a Head-hunter of Borneo, 1901

1 May

The Struggle to Control the West

Pavlac, 315-322

The Dual Alliance Between Austria-Hungary and German, 1879

The Three Emperors League, 1881

The Anglo-Russian Entente

The Young Turks, Proclamation for the Ottoman Empire, 1908

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