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HIST 231 Modern France
French society, culture, and politics from the French Revolution to the present. Themes include revolutionary tradition, the development of modern life in Paris, the French empire, and the impact of World War I and II. Offered every other year.
HIST 333 The First World War
A study of the causes, progress, and consequences of the first global conflict of modern times. Particular attention is paid to the political and social impact of total warfare on the participating nations. Offered every other year.
HIST 550 Independent Research
HIST 106 Early Modern Europe to 1799
Society, culture, and politics from the Renaissance through the French Revolution.
HIST 243 Engl/Brit Hist 55 B.C to 1688
This course covers the emergence of a unified English society, and its political expression, to 1688 with particular attention to social, economic, and institutional developments.
WGSS 302 Consumerism, Nat'lism & Gender
Cross-listed with HIST 377-01.
HIST 377 Consumerism, Nat'lism & Gender
Cross-listed with WGSS 302-01.