HIS 1134 - Understanding Europe I
This interdisciplinary course offers a comparative study of Europe’s history, culture, heritage, political and economic development. Attention is focused on the 20th century: the two World Wars, the division of Europe after 1945, integration in the West, Soviet-type political and economic systems in East-Central Europe; the disintegration of the Communist Bloc and the Soviet Union; new tension and crises; renewed hopes for a unified Europe; European institutions and organizations; Europe’s role in world affairs.
(offered at the Budapest Campus only)
McDaniel Plan: International Western; Social, Cultural, and Historical Understanding
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