|Day & Time
403 Knox Hall
|Method of Instruction||In-Person|
Historians frequently situate Armenia between two powers: between Rome and Persia, then Byzantium and Islam. This class will shake up the usual “between-two-worlds” paradigm, which places Armenia and Armenians in the crosshairs of world powers. Instead, we will study Armenians as active participants in world dramas, at the center of global developments. Our main goal will be to draw upon a variety of sources to tell the story of Armenia and Armenians: histories, poems, art, coins, buildings, etc.
|Department||Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies|
|Enrollment||8 students (25 max) as of 6:04PM Monday, September 25, 2023|