HIST3050: Renaissance and Reformation

Class Program
Credits 3
Beginning with seminal figures and movements in the pivotal 13th century, an exploration of the dynamic economic and cultural flourishing which underlies the long and exciting phenomenon we know best as the Renaissance. Reforms in several versions arise from that energy, culminating in profound changes in the Roman church as well as new long-lived configurations of faith and practice. Impacts upon and developments in political conceptions and practice complete the picture.
Semester Offered
Alternate years.