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HIS 281 - Europe's Hubris and Humiliation

This course is designed to introduce students to the major political, socio-economic, and cultural changes of our world, from the late nineteenth century through 1930. Throughout the term we will define and refine our understanding of Europe and its beliefs about itself and the world. As a class, we will read and discuss a number or primary documents written by scientists, artists, political leaders, and individual witnesses to the profound changes that mark the modern era. Together, we will think through the changing purpose of history and debate the great narratives of change: progress, imperialism, secularization, democratization, global warfare, and social reform. P: Critical Issues in Human Inquiry.
Magis:Global Perspctvs History
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