The Ottomans, Europe and the World in the Sixteenth
HIST 385 The Ottomans, Europe and the World in the Sixteenth
Century A broad comparative perspective : political formations and societies in a century of quickened change. European ''early modern'' era compared with the Ottomans and other great Muslim empires (Safavi, Mughal), as well as with Ming China and the establishment of Tokugawa Japan. Social and political institutions; global reach of Atlantic Europe; claims, aspirations and objectives of Asian empires.
SU Credits : 3
ECTS Credit : 6
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