Modern History and Worlds Apart

Topics: Modern history, Week-day names, Early modern Europe Pages: 4 (1380 words) Published: July 13, 2013
Making History: Ten Exercises in Interpreting and Representing Early Globalization HISA04H3 F “Themes in World History I” Mondays and Wednesdays 12:00-13:00, AA112 Professor William Nelson william.nelson@utoronto.ca Office HW522; Office hours: Mon. and Wed. 13:00-14:00 This course will explore the early stages of globalization in the early modern era (roughly the time period from 1500 to 1800). Each week, we will focus on a small number objects and events that exemplify important aspects of the development of new global connections through the movements of people, commodities, and ideas. Every Monday in lecture, we will focus on interpreting the objects or events to see how they reveal much larger processes of early globalization. In Wednesday lectures, we will continue to explore the larger process of globalization by investigating how our historical understanding of objects and events changes when they are represented in different ways. By investigating forms of representation such as historical writing, fictional writing, painting, film, and the graphic display of quantitative information, we will probe what is gained and what is lost in representing the objects and events in another medium or form. Course Teaching Assistants: Stephanie Cavanaugh stephanie.cavanaugh@mail.utoronto.ca Office hour, Monday 11:00-12:00, office number HW404 TUT0002 Monday 15:00-16:00 HW308 TUT0004 Monday 14:00-15:00 HW308 TUT0005 Monday 16:00-17:00 HW308 Sylwia Szymanska-Smolkin sylwia.szymanska@utoronto.ca Office hour, Monday 11:00-12:00, office number HW404 TUT0001 Monday 10:00-11:00 HW308 TUT0003 Monday 13:00-14:00 HW308 TUT0010 Monday 09:00-10:00 MW160 Jared Toney jared.toney@utoronto.ca Office Hour, Monday 11:00-12:00, office number HW404 TUT0006 Wednesday 09:00-10:00 HW402 TUT0007 Wednesday 10:00-11:00 HW402 TUT0008 Wednesday 11:00-12:00 HW402 Tutorial Attendance: Attendance at tutorials is mandatory. Tutorials will only meet on weeks 2, 3, 6, 8, 11, and 12. REQUIRED BOOKS AND...
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