CMS291

Colonization and Resistance in Late Antique North Africa

Subject code

CMS

Course Number

291

Instructor(s)

M. Tizzoni

Course Long Title

Colonization and Resistance in Late Antique North Africa

Cross Listed Courses

Description

While treated by some scholars as peripheral, North Africa was and is a central arena in global history. This course examines the Maghreb in the dynamic period of transformation that saw the Roman Empire devolve into separate political and social entities, ca.200-700 C.E. In these critical centuries, North Africa and North Africans served both as anchors preserving Roman culture and society, and key agents in its transformation and devolution. Approaching the topic through primary and secondary sources, this course focuses on key themes: colonization and resistance, ethnicity and identity, and cultural and social cohesion. Recommended background: CM/HI 102.

Modes of Inquiry

Analysis and Critique [AC], Historical and Social Inquiry [HS]

Writing Credit

No writing credit

Departmental Course Attributes - Major/Minor Requirements

(History: Africa), (History: Premodern)

INDS Program Relationship

IDCM - CMS Program

GEC This Course Belongs To

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