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History of the Modern Middle East: D

( MODERN MIDDLE EAST: D )

Course details for HIST 242W A , Spring Quarter B344, Last Update: 12/22/2014 7:35:03 AM

Department:  History (HIST)

Crse No: 242W

Ln Item: 1613

Sec: A

Credits: 5

Campus:  Mount Vernon E-learning: Hybrid
E-learning Fee:  $22 for use of the E-learning systems ($44 max per quarter)

Dates:  Full quarter

Day, Time, Room, and Instructor Table
DaysTimeRm(s)Instrc(s)
MTWTh 11:30AM-12:20PM L066 in Lewis Hall Dunbar

Type: Writing Intensive

Status: Cancelled

Seats Available: 50 of 50

Description and Prerequisite:

With a particular emphasis on the effects of imperialism and colonialism, this course explores the social, political, and cultural changes that have occurred in the Middle East during the past two centuries, reflecting on the history of the region and the connection to present conflicts.

Prerequisite: None

NOTE: This course is skills designated as Writing Intensive.

Class Notes:

1. Skills Designated: Writing.

2. Hybrid course: Meets 4 hours per week in class and 1 hour per week online.

Required Concurrently Enrolled Course(s):


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