HI 314 - French Revolutions (WI)

HI 314 - French Revolutions (WI)

3.00 Cr
French Revolutions, 1789 to present: French History. For centuries, France was the most populous and powerful European state between Russia and the Atlantic Ocean, with a cultural and intellectual impact to match. This course covers topics of importance in French history from the late 18th century to the present, starting with the world-changing Revolution and Napoleon, proceeding to the crises and modernization of the 19th century, and finishing with the disasters and successes of the 20th century and today's challenges of national integration and terrorism. The course will be organized as a set of student research projects combined with common readingss and short lectures.
Term: 
2019SP
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Pavlakis, Dean