HI 205 - Nineteenth-Century Europe

HI 205 - Nineteenth-Century Europe

3.00 Cr
This course covers the history of Modern Europe from 1789 to the decade before World War I, organized around political, social, and economic developments and conflicts. As we explore the ways nineteenth-century Europeans grappled with the creation of the modern world, the course will address several specific themes, including the tension between liberty and control in modernizing states, new belief systems (ideologies), migrations, imperialism, reform movements, and cultural developments.
Term: 
2019FA
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Pavlakis, Dean