This course explores the formation of Europe from c. 1050 to 1450, a period of dramatic change. In this course we will dispel the notion of the "Dark Ages" by analyzing social alignments, religious reform, the rise of universities, economic advancement, and the development of constitutional forms of government. We also will discuss the crises of the 13th and 14th centuries that led to the end of the Middle Ages and beginning of the Modern Era.
This research guide will help you identify and locate resources on the High Middle Ages and offer tips on research and citing sources.
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