Crash Course Office Hours - World History

Crash Course Office Hours - World History

Crash Course Office Hours World History

This series of livestreams features professors from previous Crash Course courses answering viewer questions about the material. The lectures last only one hour, but they're still packed with information. You won't find a better way to learn history. If you're taking the Crash Course in its entirety, this is the way to go. While you're watching the livestream, make sure to ask questions in the comments.

HIST 108 is a lecture with 360 students

HIST 102 is a survey course on global history. Students will examine major events in world history and the cultures of six continents, including the rise and fall of empires, the history of ideas, and the evolution of societies. The course also examines global interconnections throughout history, from ancient civilizations to modern societies. The lecture will take a global perspective, looking at the impact of various social, economic, and political forces on the world.

Students in HIST 108 are required to participate in a discussion board. Students are encouraged to post questions in the discussion board, as the discussion boards are a great way to gain student input. The course consists of lectures and seminars with as many as 360 students. Each class has about a dozen lectures each semester, and some have as many as four or five sections. Students should plan to attend at least two of these lectures if they hope to get a good understanding of the subject.

HIST 3131 explores the Soviet Republic of Armenia, which was part of the USSR from 1920 to 1991. Students will learn about the broad political, economic, and social developments in 70 years of Soviet history. In particular, HIST 3131 studies Armenian life and culture in the USSR and in the Diaspora. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the Soviet experience by studying the smallest and southernmost of the Soviet republics.

The course also examines the long 16th century of Japan. Students will explore the history of the various characters and events associated with the era, including the Jesuit monks and Buddhist priests, and peripatetic artists. HIST 385 explores black women in the United States, from the 18th century to the present day. Students will examine issues of race, sexuality, family, and politics. HIST 388 looks at Chinese strategic thinking from antiquity to the present.

HIST 703 explores the many identities of professional historians and develops career skills for the future. HIST 703 and HIST 711 focus on early European history, while HIST 712 looks at the modern European past. There are also courses that specialize in the early and middle ages. And finally, HIST 713 and HIST 701 are interdisciplinary introductions to medieval studies.

If you're interested in ancient culture, you'll want to take the Ancient Sexuality course. This course explores the complex world of ancient sexuality. The topics covered include courtship, marriage, family structure, and public morality. Students will also learn the historical method in this course. HIST 432 explores Christian attitudes toward coercive violence. In the end, you'll leave this class with an appreciation of ancient life.

HIST 284 explores the late imperial period of China. Students will learn about the Ming and Qing dynasties, the Taiping Rebellion, and the Boxer Uprising. Students will also gain research skills through this course. While it's not a traditional lecture, HIST 284 will introduce students to the late imperial period. It will cover topics like the Qing dynasty and the Taiping Rebellion.

HIST 514 investigates the role of monuments in the formation of identity and cultural memory. Students will study monuments in public spaces, and how ordinary citizens memorialize events. HIST 516 introduces new research on gender, the military, and war. Students will study the interrelationships between gender, the military, and war, as well as the politics, social, and cultural currents of modern history.

HIST 509 focuses on the history of slavery in different parts of the world. It offers chronological narrative and raises themes for comparison and analysis. This course is an excellent way to broaden your understanding of slavery and to practice your analytical skills. You'll be able to analyze the history of different societies and gain a global perspective. The course also helps students build their confidence and analytical skills, which are important for success in history.