|Time:||Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:30-2:30|
|Place:||MacDonald Harrington Building G-10 (for lectures), (various locations for conferences)|
|Instructors:||Dr Matthew Milner|
|Contact:||matthew.milner (at) mcgill.ca|
|Office Hours:||688 Sherbrooke West, rm. 455: Tues 3-430pm; or by appointment.|
|History Student Association advisors can also be seen in Leacock 629|
This course offers a survey of European history from Late Antiquity to the seventeenth century. More recent European history is covered by HIST-215: Modern European History (offered in Winter term). Students wishing to cover the Ancient Greek and Roman worlds should consider taking HIST-205: Ancient Mediterranean History.
The course has three aims:
- to familiarize students with the broad contours and significant themes in European history.
- to foster critical reflection on the development of European identities, institutions, and cultures.
- to develop the research and writing skills required for more advanced historical study.