An exploration of how medieval and early modern societies encountered foreigners and accounted for foreignness, as well as for religious, linguistic, and cultural difference more broadly. Topics include: monsters, relics, pilgrimage, the rise of the university, merchant companies, mercenaries, piracy, captivity and slavery, tourism, and the birth of resident embassies.
Same as (IEEC51H3)
0.50 pre-1800 credit
Any 4.0 credits, including 0.5 credit at the A- or B-level in AFS, CLA, FST, GAS, HIS or WST courses