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Mr. Petrov's Courses
This course is an historical survey of economic, intellectual, political, and social events that shaped the development of western civilization from pre-historical times through 19th century Imperialism. Western Civilization I begins with the study of pre-history and concludes with the Renaissance. Western Civilization II continues the historical saga of western civilization from the Enlightenment through the Russian Revolution.
The purpose of this course is to provide students with a chance to examine human social interaction and social organization. Sociology focuses on special topics such as groups, culture, socialization, deviance and inequalities (gender, social class, race, and ethnicity). This class will explore these areas through sociological readings and engaging in discussing and simulation. Students will learn how to become more reflective of themselves, their community, and their society. Upon completion of this course students should gain a better understanding of themselves and their place in the social world.
This course focuses on world events during the 20th and early 21st centuries. The course will survey the historical, economic, political, and social events that shaped the development of the world from the 1900’s through the current decade. These events will be analyzed from the perspective of parties involved and not from a purely Western European point of view.