Online Course: Romans, Reformers, Revolutionaries with Diana Waring

Romans, Reformers, Revolutionaries Online Course


  • This course begins with the rise of the Church and the fall of Rome. From that beginning through the American and French Revolutions at the end of the 1700s, these empires, events, and eras are examined:

    Byzantine, Muslim, Holy Roman, Crusades, Renaissance, Reformation, Elizabethan, and Age of Reason

    See detailed course information below for events, ideas, and developments covered in this exciting journey through the Middle Ages!


  • Class is limited to first 25 to sign up

  • Tuition: $400 plus materials (see list in Product Details below)


$400.00

In Romans, Reformers, Revolutionaries, your students will explore:

  • Early Christian mission taking the gospel far afield
  • Transition of Europe from Roman to "barbarian" rule
  • Growth of Eastern Orthodoxy and the Byzantine Empire
  • How Islam changed the balance of power in the Middle Ages
  • Charlemagne's uniting of Europe and the Vikings' assault on it
  • Implications of the Crusades and the end results of the Mongols
  • Beauty of the Renaissance and the freedom of the Reformation
  • Hunger to explore the world and the quest to conquer its people
  • Revivals that changed hearts and revolutions that redesigned government

Calendar

Weekly one-hour class begins at 11:00 a.m. EST, Wednesday, September 6, 2017, and meets each Wednesday until May 30, 2018, (holidays excepted).

Materials

"I would like to thank you for being such a wonderful teacher, motivating students and getting them all excited about history. Doing world history has created many opportunities for our family to discuss and talk about historical events and people ..." ~Amy Y.