HIST 373 - The French Revolution and Napoleon

Description
Breakdown of Absolute Monarchy; rise of Enlightenment culture and decadence of the court; storming of the Bastille and creation of republican government; daily life and “Great Fear” in rural areas; invention of modern nationalism and Napoleonic military culture; role of women in political life; uses of mass propaganda, public festivals and transformation of the arts; political violence in the “Terror,” Napoleon's imperial system and warfare with Europe; impact on revolutionary movements abroad and geopolitical realignment of the Atlantic World.
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CBE Global, Global Studies, Humanities Requirement
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Fall 2017
Offered
MW
Avg. Class Size
15
Avg. Sections
2