Seminar in Modern European History


This course introduces students to central concepts and problems in the historiography of modern Europe from the late eighteenth century to the present. Possible topics include the French Revolution; industrialization and the making of the working class; ideas and movements such as liberalism, socialism, nationalism, and feminism; state formation, citizenship, and welfare; imperialism and its impact both in Europe and beyond; Nazism and Stalinism as alternatives to liberalism; and key themes such as consumption, decolonization, and multiculturalism in the post-1945 era. Each student must also register for the instructor's correlating section in 49IR.
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Seminar in Modern European History
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