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Welcome to Hist 3606: Medieval European Transformation, 1000-1500

Students wanting to learn more about the course should consult the following links:

Syllabus (pdf download)

E-Classroom (sources and image, use BroncoNet ID to enter) [Inactive]

Email Prof. Berkhofer

Course Description
History 3606 considers the rise of Europe as a result of the transformative events of the high middle age, stressing social, political, and cultural history. Designed to introduce topics in medieval history to history majors, the course also fulfills the History Department "writing intensive" course requirement.


The class begins Jan 11th. If you miss the first day, download and read the syllabus carefully.

To Enter E-Classroom
Click on link at left and when prompted enter your BroncoNet UserID and password.

How to Use This Page
Students should familiarize themselves with the syllabus and all of the items available in the e-classroom which contains course specific handouts, advice, and assignments. The e-classroom requires BroncoNet ID to enter. Some sources and materials for this class are copyright protected and so must be password protected.

The syllabus and this page will be updated during the semester and these changes will be noted on the announcements page.

Robert F. Berkhofer
Dept. of History
4301 Friedmann Hall
Western Michigan University
1903 W. Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5334

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