HistoryHIS 165A Medieval History and Architecture

Covers the history and architecture of Europe and the Mediterranean from Late Antiquity through the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Beginning with Constantine and the rise of Christianity, this course follows the development and spread of new cultures and architectural forms, stretching from Islamic material in the east to the British Isles in the west. Course stresses the evolution of architecture during the medieval period as well as the cross-cultural influences that affected their form and what this can tell us about the cultures that created them.

Credits

5

General Education Code

CC

Quarter offered

Fall

Instructor

Mark Pawlowski