HIST 310 - Europe: 1880-1917

Description
A consideration of the cultural, social, and political questions associated with the rise of modern life and the weakening of traditional forms of thought and association. Topics considered include the concepts of individualism and society, the ideology or progress, the cultural dimensions of science and technology, the place of the city and urban culture in European civilization, the politics of class, race, and gender, the importance of Empire for European self-identity, and the significance of World War I and the Russian Revolution as expressions of the conflict between tradition and modernity. Prerequisite: HIST*109 or HIST*110, or permission of the instructor. Distribution Requirements: HE.
Credits
4
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019
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TuTh
Avg. Class Size
18
Avg. Sections
1