HTY 349: Early Modern North America in Atlantic Perspective

Instructor:  Professor Stephen Hornsby

Days/Time:  Tuesday and Thursday, 2:00-3:15 p.m.

Course Number: 10309

Location: DPC 115

Description:  Reflecting the increasing globalization of modern society, this course employs an Atlantic perspective to understand the international history of early modern North America. Focuses on the geography of the European empires that shaped North America, beginning with the Spanish and the French, and then focusing on the British and the revolt of the American colonies.  (GEO 349 and HTY 349 are identical courses.)

General Education Requirements: Satisfies the Western Cultural Tradition and Cultural Diversity and International Perspectives requirements.