Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 63
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
245.-Ancient Civilization. A brief survey of the contributions
of the ancient world to European civilization, the development
of the political, social, and economic life of the Greek people,
and the growth of the Roman system of government.
255.-Medieaval Civilization. A brief survey of the contribution
of Middle Ages to European Civilization, the Federal system,
the Christian Church, the Holy Roman Empire, the rise of
national states, the Renaissance, and the Reformation. Formerly
History 315. Text: Thorndike, History of Mediaeval Europe.
265.-Europe and the Great War. Among the specific topics
which will be discussed are the rise and the fall of the German
Empire, imperialism and world politics, in the nineteenth and
twentieth centuries, and the World War.
322.-History of Germany. This course is a brief survey of
German history since 1740. The development of the Empire is
traced and the ideals and institutions are studied. Special emphasis
is given on her part in the World War.
332.-History of the Far East. This is an intensive problem
course on Japan, China, Oceania and the possessions of the different
World Powers in the Far East. The international relations
as well as the social, economic and political problems will
343.-History of France. This course is a study of the Congress
of Vienna, the downfall of Napoleon, the Franco-Prussian
War, and the rise of the modern French nation.
352.-World Politics. This course shows the development
of World Politics, nationalism, imperialism and internationalism.
The causes of the different wars and difficulties between the different
nations are studied together with analysis of the different
353.-American Diplomacy. This course treats of the international
relations of the United States from its beginning as an
independent nation to the present day. It emphasizes the distinctive
features of American foreign policy and contrasts it with
that of other countries.
362.-Latin-American Relations. This course traces the development
of the different Latin-American countries and notes
their relations with the United States. Their political institutions,
economic development, and social peculiarities are noted.
Some time will be spent in the study of the Mexican problem.
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