HIST1081W: Martyrs, Monks, Crusaders: World Christianity, 100-1400

4 CreditsFreshman SeminarEnvironmentGlobal PerspectivesHistorical PerspectivesOral Communication & LanguagesWriting Intensive

This course surveys the history of Christianity from its status as a persecuted minority religion of the Roman Empire to its dominant role in medieval Europe and Byzantium. We study Christian traditions in Asia and Africa as well as Europe with special attention to the relationship between Christianity and culture in the ancient and medieval world.

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