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The Black Death: The World's Most Devastating Plague

Taught by a celebrated medievalist, go on an unforgettable excursion into the time period of the plague, its full human repercussions, and its transformative effects on European civilization.

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b********m
April 1, 2018

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k********m
March 26, 2018

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l********m
March 18, 2018
Having just finished Professor Armstrong's couse on King Arthur (which was fabulous) I hurried over here to watch another of her lecture series. This was a really informative course and Dorsey's presentation is key. My only critique is that it was a bit repatative at times. Some lectures had me taking pages of notes while others I had trouble filling up a page because the current topics had already been addressed, in some way, in previous installments. I also loved the rats, and how they kept moving from chair to floor to globe through the course. I can't wait to get to my next Dorsey course!

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