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HIS 2220 - 20th-Century Europe

Credits: 4
 

In the early twenty-first century, historians must grapple with how to define the tumultuous and in many ways tragic period that preceded.  Worldwide depression, two world wars, Cold War, communism, totalitarianism, Holocaust, collectivization, decolonization—these singular events have greatly altered the image of a prosperous and progressive Europe that took hold in the previous century.  In this wide-ranging course, which will consider cultural, social, economic, and political trends in Europe from the First World War to the present, we will attempt to understand the various paths that Europe and individual European nations have taken, their global and human implications, and the place of Europe in the world today.
McDaniel Plan: International Western; Social, Cultural, and Historical Understanding



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