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HIS 3357: Europe Since 1945
This course examines the factors that shaped the political, economic, cultural and religious life and attitudes of European societies after 1945. This course studies the rise and fall of Communism, the Cold War, colonial battles for independence, and nationalism. The course forefronts the ideas and responsibilities of citizenship through analysis of gender, race and religion. It considers how Christian ideas have informed European understandings of war, nationhood and citizenship. It closes with the movement toward internal integration of Europe, the impact of migration and the international economy, and the shift from Christian Europe to one that has been categorized as a secular civilized society.

TermCRNCredits Instructor(s)DaysTime DatesLocationFeesOpen
Autumn 10248 5 Rebecca Hughes
Tue,Thu
Final: Tue
12:50PM-2:50PM
10:30AM-12:30PM
09/29-12/05
12/09-12/09
Peterson Hall 303
Peterson Hall 303
18 open seats Add to Outlook
Equivalent Courses: EUR 3357 Attributes: Upper-Division



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