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Operator: 410-543-6000

Talbert, Bart

Associate Professor, History
Holloway Hall (HH) 355
410-548-4420 or ext 84420
brtalbertsalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • HIST 102-006 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).
  • HIST 306-001 EMERGENCE OF U.S. 1789-1860
    Covers such topics as the new government and its policies, nationalism and economic expansion, the common man and the new democracy, social ferment and reform movements, Manifest Destiny, wars and sectional crises. Prerequisites: HIST 201, 202. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.
  • HIST 479-001 MEDIEVAL MILITARY HISTORY
    Explores the military history of the medieval world from the fall of the Roman Empire in the fourth century A.D. and the establishment of the Germanic kingdoms to the decline of the supremacy of mounted warrior at the beginning of the sixth century. Students will be encouraged to understand the relationship between military realities and the social structure of medieval societies. The course will also outline the strategy and tactics used by medieval armies, how these tactics affected the lives of populations and how new developments in these fields led to the creation of nation-states in the early modern period. Time will also be spent studying the ideas of the period through the lives of some of the medieval world’s greatest soldiers, statesmen, philosophers and historians. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.
  • HIST 496-002 HISTORIOGRAPHY
    Advanced students will read in depth on a chosen subject under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Focus is on secondary sources to gain understanding of the range of historical interpretations on a given subject. Prerequisite: HIST 330 or permission of instructor and department chair.
  • HIST 579-191 MEDIEVAL MILITARY HISTORY
    Explores the military history of the Medieval World from the fall of the Roman Empire in the fourth century A.D. and the subsequent establishment of the Germanic Kingdoms, to the decline of the supremacy of the mounted warrior at the beginning of the sixteenth century. Students will be encouraged to understant the relationship between the military realities of medieval societies and their social structure. The course will also outline the strategy and tactics used by medieval armies, how these affected the lives of the populations, and how new developments in these fields led to the creation of the nation-states in the early modern period. Time will also be spent studying the ideas of the period through the lives of some of the medieval worlds' greatest soldiers, statesmen, philosophers, and historians. Three hours per week.

2014 Summer I

  • HIST 101-001 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).

2014 Fall

  • HIST 101-009 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).
  • HIST 101-010 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).
  • HIST 308-001 U.S. SECTION CONF & CIVIL WAR
    Study of the origins, development and outcome of the struggle between the North and South to the end of the Civil War. Emphasis on the clash of national and sectional interests and the course of the military conflict to its conclusion. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.

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