Exploring the Crusades: Part 2
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Exploring the Crusades: Part 2

Examining the third through sixth crusades, their causes, and their after-effects.
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Created by Owen Kinnersly
Last updated 12/2016
English
Price: $25
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Includes:
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Accurately recount the events of the Third through Sixth crusades, as well as a little while before and after
  • Understand the causes of the various crusades
  • Know the after-effects of the crusade movement
  • Dispel some of the myths surrounding the crusades
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Requirements
  • A basic knowledge of Medieval Europe (High Middle Ages specifically) and the Middle East in the same period is helpful. However, the course has low requirements, aims for beginners, and any questions can be answered one on one.
Description

This course, a continuation to Exploring the Crusades: Part 1, delves into a detailed history of the third through sixth crusades, including their characters, the root causes, and more. It is intended as a followup to, and refers back to the first course occasionally, but can be understood by itself as well. The course is intended to help beginners feel at home, much like part 1, while still providing something new for anyone up to and including an intermediate level. It is recommended to begin at part 1 if possible, but for readers who choose to jump right in, guidance is available in case of confusion. The course also contains some important background material on the Middle East and historical figures such as Saladin to provide context, as well as covering lesser-known events in the period, such as the Albigensian Crusade.

Who is the target audience?
  • Students with an interest in the crusade period, but no knowledge of it
  • Students with a broader interest in European or Middle Eastern history
  • Anyone looking for historical education and entertainment at the same time
  • Students who already know a good deal about the crusades, but are looking for more in-depth knowledge
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Curriculum For This Course
18 Lectures
02:16:31
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The Third Crusade
7 Lectures 46:44

Unlike in part one, this course will dive directly into the events preceding the third crusade, with no preamble, as I am assuming familiarity either through the first course or by knowing enough to skip to here. I will use this space to say that if you happen to have jumped in and want context in brief, I can still provide it; this is also your reminder that you can ask questions whenever you need to!

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Third Crusade, Part Three
08:49

Third Crusade, Part Four
05:25

Third Crusade, Part Five
07:53

Third Crusade, Part Six
08:22

We conclude our journey through the third crusade, after following Richard's misadventures to the end.

Third Crusade Finale
04:06
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The Fourth Crusade
5 Lectures 36:16
Fourth Crusade, Part One
07:04

Fourth Crusade, Part Two
05:13

Fourth Crusade, Part Three
06:25

Fourth Crusade, Part Four
09:33

In which we complete our increasingly disheartening overview of the fourth crusade, and prepare to dig into more obscure crusades for a bit of a breather.

Fourth Crusade Finale
08:01
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Minor Crusades
2 Lectures 20:16

A brief overview of the Albigensian Crusade, between the fourth and fifth, carried out against the Cathar sect.

The Albigensian Crusade
12:17

A look at the two real events that were blended into the myth of the Children's Crusade.

The Children's Crusade
07:59
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The Fifth Crusade
2 Lectures 15:47
Fifth Crusade, Part One
06:17

The end of the Fifth Crusade, in which they get progressively shorter.

Fifth Crusade, Part Two and Finale
09:30
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Sixth Crusade and Conclusion
2 Lectures 17:28
Sixth Crusade
08:29

The conclusion to the course, as well as the sixth crusade. Attached are the reading list seen on the first course, and a transcript of this one, including the images.

Sixth Crusade and Conclusion
08:59
About the Instructor
Owen Kinnersly
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Owen Kinnersly is an amateur writer, Japanese-to-English translator and historian, living in Japan and increasingly self-conscious about writing in the third person. After several years of study at Athabasca Univeristy, and over a decade of daily independent research. By making courses here, he hopes to spread some knowledge on lesser-known parts of history, and spark new interest in the field.

Here you can expect courses covering either more obscure historical topics, or less well-known details of major topics. The courses are appropriate for anyone from a beginning to intermediate level of knowledge, and are written to entertain as much as to educate.

If you have any questions over course material, he is available at irregular hours but will reply within 48 hours at most, barring exceptional circumstances.