HS 308 Themes in Modern Europe
Offered: Contact department for information
Prerequisite: Completion of a 100- or 200- level history course.
The course provides in-depth study both in terms of content and historiography of some of the main themes in modern European history, 1815 to the present. Topics may include industialization and its consequences, the creation of the modern nation state, the new imperialism, the road to war, the age of total war, and post-war Europe. The topic and the approach will vary according to the instuctor.
Note: May be repeated if topic differs.