Module 6 Western Civilization

European mariners began to set sail across open waters in the late 1400s. Financed and commissioned by monarchies, they encountered unknown lands and peoples, and in the process, established new trade routes and permanent settlements in the New World. Back in Europe, various intellectual movements saw the individual and the state as major players in societal advancement.
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Total 10 interactive video lessons
  • 228 targeted concepts and key words
  • Western Schools of Thought
  • The Slave Trade
  • 5 Revolutions of the Modern World
  • Suggested prerequisites: Module 1 - 5 
  • Available Fall 2023

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