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Conflict and Identity in Modern Europe, c.1770-2000

HS1109

Value: one unit

Teaching:

Taught through weekly lectures and weekly follow-up seminars

Assessment:

Best 2 Essays out of 4 (30%) and 2-hour Exam (70%)

This course highlights a range of major themes in (predominantly) European history from the French Revolution to the Fall of the Berlin Wall. In studying specific events and developments students will also be introduced to more general concepts like revolution, constitutionalism, liberalism, nationalism, industrialisation, socialism, communism, fascism, parliamentary democracy and welfare state. Exposure to different historical methods and conflicting interpretations will help students to hone their own analytical skills.
   
 
 
 

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