Course Detail: 335DARK - 335 Dark Age Class

This course will explore the profound transformation marked by the collapse of the Romanworld and the transition into the early European era. It delves into the significance of thistransition, offering insights into the lived experience of individuals during this pivotalperiod. We'll examine the extent to which remnants of the Roman world endure incontemporary times, while also questioning the notion of a "Dark Age." What defined thisera, and why is it characterized as "dark"? Over four sessions, we'll address these inquiriesand shed light on the complexities of the age through engaging videos showcasing its artand historical narratives. Prepare to uncover compelling evidence that challengesconventional perceptions of this epoch. 
Class minimum: 5 ? Class Maximum: 30

 Session Information: 335S24 (12 seats (40%) remaining)

Schedule: Every week on Tuesday, starting on 05/28/24 and ending on 06/18/24
Times: 10:00am-12:00pm EDT

Instructors

Name Additional Resources
Thomas Donahue
Helmut Schick

Facility Detail

SVSU Campus
Curtiss Hall, Room 129
7400 Bay Rd
University Center, MI 48710