Catastrophes & Human History

Summer Session 2017: June 5-June 29

Description

A historical exploration of the ways in which societies around the world have responded to major catastrophes, both natural and mean-made, such as plagues, famines, wars, and genocide's. What does the response tell us about the social structure, politics, science and technology, and culture of the affected society? What are the long term impacts? How are these catastrophes remembered?

Class Notes

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Class Details

Instructor
Easton, Laird M
Location

WWW ONLINE

Class Registration Information

Class #
1074
Course
HIST 305 -
SECT 701
Units
3
Fees
Amount per Unit
  • $286 / unit
Capacity
41/50
Class Meeting Dates

06/05/2017 - 06/29/2017

Days

Times

TBA