Academics

HST 272M Plagues and Peoples

Course Description:

Scientific and historical approaches to explore the connections between major epidemics and worldhistory, combining a general overview of the subject with more focused case studies. Study the social, economic, political, cultural, religious, and technological contexts in which epidemics arose, how those contexts shaped responses to them, and the impact of these epidemics on society at large. (ESPIT/GP)

This course satisfies: International Awareness (globe), SO, and ā€œSā€ course spring requirement. 

Instructor(s):

Dr. Karen Ball and Dr. Patrick Furlong

Location(s):

On-Campus

Prerequisite(s):

Permission

Limit:

20