Medieval Europe 2, 1000-1500: Cathedrals, Knights, and Crusades

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Course Outline
I. Cathedrals: Windows on the Gothic World
II. Lords and Vassals: Structures of Medieval Society
III. Intellectuals, Lovers, and Universities: A Medieval Renaissance?
IV. The Crusades: Europe on the Offensive
V. The Black Death: Symbol of a Broken World?

Please note: The following schedule is approximate and may change as circumstances dictate. Daily assignments may be found on the updated syllabus on Carmen.
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