Open only to students accepted to the special program Madrid Center & Liberal Arts in Spanish at UAM.
Taught in Spanish and may not be offered every semester. This course provides a historical perspective on contemporary issues and conflicts that have deep roots in medieval times. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to
- Demonstrate a general knowledge of medieval Islamic history, especially Al-Andalus history, as well as historical techniques and their application to the medieval history of the Islamic world.
- Search bibliographies and catalogs to determine the extent of primary and secondary sources for the subject under investigation.
- Evaluate the quality of these sources with regard to validity, reliability, and relevance to the subject.
- Analyze and systematize collected information through practical exercises, presentations, etc.
Matriculated SU history majors and minors: This course counts toward the European and Global concentrations and the pre-modern period.
Locations: Liberal Arts at UAM, Madrid