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Fall 2014 History BC3180 section 001
MERCHANTS, PIRATES, & SLAVES
|Day & Time
324 Milbank Hall (Barnard)
|Course Description||Examines how the Atlantic Ocean and its boundaries were tied together through the flow of people, goods, and ideas. Studies the cultures of the communities formed by merchants, pirates, and slaves; investigates how their interactions and frictions combined to shape the unique combination of liberty and oppression that characterizes early modern capitalism.|
|Enrollment||33 students as of 11:23PM Monday, September 22, 2014|
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