Required and Recommended Texts
The text is required and is available for purchase from the University Co-Op Bookshop. It is also available in both hard-copy and e-version via the MQ Library.
1. The European World, 1500-1800: An Introduction to Early Modern History, ed. Beat Kümin, Second ed. (London & New York, 2014)
2. Students will also read a variety of primary source documents available electronically through the MQ Library. Due to Faculty of Arts policy, printed unit readers are no longer provided so students are expected to print out these documents and bring them to class in hard copy for close reading, analysis, and other activities.
The following general, introductory texts are available on Reserve in the University Library and are highly recommended for additional reading.
Euan Cameron ed. Early Modern Europe: An Oxford History (Oxford, 1999)
Johann Huizinga The Autumn of the Middle Ages (Chicago, 1996)
George Huppert After the Black Death: A Social History of Early Modern Europe, 2nd ed. (Bloomington, 1998)
Merry Wiesner-Hanks Early Modern Europe, 1450-1789 (Cambridge, 2006)
Technologies Used and Required
This unit uses iLearn. All students are expected to have internet access and use of a computer. All students are expected to have basic computer skills (such as use of email, word processing, and web browsing).