Modern Europe, 1900-1989

History of Modern Europe: 1900-1989
Revolution in Eastern Europe and unification in Western Europe have reshaped the contours of the 20th century. This course will move from turn-of-the-century developments in mass culture and politics through World War I and II, the rise and fall of fascism, and on into the postwar era. This century has seen a series of radically new ideas, catastrophes, and then renewed searches for stability. But we will also investigate century-long movements, including de-colonization, the creation of sophisticated consumer cultures, and the battles among ideas of nationalism, ethnicity, and international interdependency. 2 hrs. lect. 1 hr. disc.
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All Sections in Fall 2012

Fall 2012

HIST0246A-F12 Lecture (Bennette)
HIST0246X-F12 Discussion (Bennette)
HIST0246Y-F12 Discussion (Bennette)
HIST0246Z-F12 Discussion (Bennette)