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Open to Eleanor Roosevelt College students only. Must be taken for a letter grade to meet the requirement. Classical and Medieval Traditions 6 Covering ca. It also examines the rise and spread of Christianity, Islam, and Mahayana Buddhism. This course is the first of two writing-intensive quarters in the MMW sequence.
New Ideas and Cultural Encounters 6 MMW 13 provides a framework for understanding developments in the global past from CE to CE and the transition from the medieval to the early modern world.
This course is the second of two writing-intensive quarters in the MMW sequence. Students may not receive credit for MMW 13, which is the second writing-intensive six-credit course in the new MMW sequence, and MMW 3, which is the second writing-intensive six-credit course in the original MMW sequence.
Revolution, Industry, and Empire 4 This course examines the great changes in European society occurring from the late seventeenth century to the time of the Russian Revolution and considers the impact of those changes on the non-Western world.
Topics include absolutist states and the Enlightenment, the French and American Revolutions, industrialization, the rise of nationalism and the nation-state, mass politics, Western imperialism, and the colonial experience.
Developments in non-Western countries during this period will be examined from their own internal perspectives.
Twentieth Century and Beyond 4 This course begins with a consideration of the causes and consequences of World War I, and then looks at the postwar crisis of liberal values and institutions.
It addresses the deepening crisis in the s, especially evident in the emergence of ideological politics and extreme nationalism in the context of worldwide depression. That period provides the background for understanding World War II.
Attention is then devoted to the Cold War, the competition between capitalism and communism, and the process of decolonization. The course ends with a discussion of the collapse of communism and the emergence of a new world order or disorder. S, Su MMW Students may not receive credit for MMW 21 and Students who previously took MMW 21 and received a grade of D or F should contact their college for guidance.
F, Su MMW Students may not receive credit for MMW 22 and Students who previously took MMW 22 and received a grade of D or F should contact their college for guidance.Friday, January 12 Bible: The Gospel According to Mark (click here for PDF) Burton L. Mack, “On Redescribing Christian Origins” (click here for PDF) This essay is important for writing your papers.
Writing Assignments and Late Policy: In MMW 12, you are required to complete three structured writing assignments that will build your argumentative writing skills.
Assignments will be covered in section, along with the MMW “Style Sheet” for guidelines on how to format and submit your papers. Failure to meet ALL criteria for writing assignments will result in the loss of points.
Students in the Making of the Modern World 12 and 13 (offered in winter and spring quarters, respectively) fulfill their University of California composition requirement by receiving intensive instruction in university-level writing.
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