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HIST 460. The Atlantic World. 3 Credits.

This is a comparative world history course that focuses upon the cultural, economic, social, political, ideological and religious interaction, competition, conflict and change between Western Europe, West Africa, and the Americas. The course will begin in the 1400s by examining the foundations of European expansion and end with the revolutions of the Americas and Europe in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. A major focus of the class will be cultural interaction, the slave trade, and the foundations of the modern world system. F, odd years.

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