Students will evaluate the effects of the Black Death on these regions.
- An Age of Expanding Connections, ca. 500 – ca. 1500
During the postclassical era, the growth of transregional empires and the use of trade networks influenced religions and spread disease. These cross-cultural interactions also led to conflict and affected demographic development.
Networks of exchange facilitated the spread of disease, which affected social, cultural, economic, and demographic development.