Spring 2015 | Summer 2015 | Fall 2015

Spring 2015

Development of Western Civilization, II

HIS 132, Section 91
Days/Times: Saturdays, 11:00am — 1:35pm
Room: Dooley Memorial 103
Professor: Jeremy Gates
Course Overview: A survey of the development of the West from the formation of modern European nation states in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to the present, emphasizing the rivalry of European powers, the impact of European expansion, the effect of industrialism and revolution upon Western society, and the role of the New World.

Class Note: For BGS / Continuing Studies Students Only

Summer 2015

Development of Western Civilization, I Summer A

HIS 131, Section 91
Days/Times: Saturdays, 8:00am — 2:30pm
Room: Dooley Memorial 206
Professor: Jeremy Gates
Course Overview: A survey of the development of the West from the emergence of the earliest civilizations in Mesopotamia and Egypt to the formation of modern European nation states in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, emphasizing the ideas, values, events, and institutions that have influenced the present.

Class Note: For BGS / Continuing Studies Students Only

Development of Western Civilization, II Summer B

HIS 132, Section 91
Days/Times: Saturdays, 8:00am — 2:30pm
Room: Dooley Memorial 206
Professor: Jeremy Gates
Course Overview: A survey of the development of the West from the formation of modern European nation states in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to the present, emphasizing the rivalry of European powers, the impact of European expansion, the effect of industrialism and revolution upon Western society, and the role of the New World.

Class Note: For BGS / Continuing Studies Students Only

Fall 2015

Development of Western Civilization, I

HIS 131, Section 91
Days/Times: Saturdays, 11:00am — 1:35pm
Room: Dooley Memorial 112
Professor: Jeremy Gates
Course Overview: A survey of the development of the West from the emergence of the earliest civilizations in Mesopotamia and Egypt to the formation of modern European nation states in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, emphasizing the ideas, values, events, and institutions that have influenced the present.

Class Note: For BGS / Continuing Studies Students Only