Curious about European exploration, and the cultures of Native Americans? Then look no further: our iTunes U course of the week is HIST 321: Comparative New Worlds.
By the end of this course, you’ll have read many primary source documents, teaching you how “fledgling settlements” became strong European colonies and the era of new settlement impacted indigenous communities and Africans. The Americas, indeed, are not the New World, but rather New Worlds for all involved.
If you prefer the PC version, then you can always find HIST 321 here at Saylor.org. We’ve got 40 additional courses to enjoy on iOS, and all of those plus 242 more to explore at Saylor.org via your favorite browser.