HIST 3609: Military History of Premodern Europe

3 Credits

How changes in European warfare shaped society from the late Roman Empire to the Military Revolution and rise of the nation-state, 300-1800 CE. Topics include styles of warfare and perceptions of war; the relationship between war and society; the roles of religious belief and technology in the practice of war. What produces a military revolution?

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