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COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE TITLE The European Experience: Ideas and the Modern State
CREDIT RANGE 3.000
SCHOOL Dyson College Arts & Sciences
DEPARTMENT History 
LEVEL Undergraduate
COREQUISITE none
PREREQUISITE none
DESCRIPTION:

Not open to students who have taken HIS 104. Old Core: Fulfills Western History.
New Core: Fulfills 3 credits in Area of Knowledge II.

Course Description: This course examines intellectual, political, social and economic issues concerning the transformation to modernity in Europe and its consequences to the present day. In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, nationalism, Fascism and Communism challenged freedom and equality and justified violence in new ways. Modern industrial techniques revolutionized warfare in "The Great War" from 1914-1918 and even more destructively, in World War II from 1939-1945. Since World War II, both domestic and international conditions - the Cold War, decolonization, immigration, the decline of Communism and economic globalization have provoked fresh debates among Europeans about the character of the modern State.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall and Spring



SECTION INFORMATION

CRN: 50129
SUBJECT: HIS
COURSE NUMBER: 114M
SECTION TITLE: The European Experience: Ideas and the Modern State
CAMPUS: Online
SCHEDULE TYPE: Lecture
REQUIRED MATERIAL: To Be Determined
SECTION COMMENTS: None
COREQUISITE None
ATTRIBUTES: Area of Knowledge II,Exploratory Course,Western Heritage,Inquiry and Exploration
FEES: 0
CAPACITY 25
SEATS AVAILABLE 24
INSTRUCTOR: Judith Whitbeck
RESTRICTION(S):

Online

Online Type Date
BlackBoard 07/15/2019 - 08/24/2019