Europe in Age of Mass Culture 1789 to Present (HIST 122.3)

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HIST 122 X02 January 2017 Sylvi Johansen (primary instructor)
 
HIST 122 W01 September 2016 Sylvi Johansen (primary instructor)
HIST 122 W11 September 2016 Sylvi Johansen (primary instructor)
HIST 122 W15 September 2016 Sylvi Johansen (primary instructor)
HIST 122 W21 September 2016 Sylvi Johansen (primary instructor)
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HIST 122 W51 September 2016 Sylvi Johansen (primary instructor)
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HIST 122 02 July 2016
 
HIST 122 W01 May 2016 Sylvi Johansen (primary instructor)
 
HIST 122 W02 January 2016 Clay Burlingham (primary instructor)
HIST 122 W10 January 2016 Clay Burlingham (primary instructor)
HIST 122 W20 January 2016 Clay Burlingham (primary instructor)
HIST 122 W50 January 2016 Clay Burlingham (primary instructor)
HIST 122 X02 January 2016 Sylvi Johansen (primary instructor)

Description

Population growth; the age of political revolutions; Romantics and Liberals; nationalism and socialism; the industrial revolution; towards gender equality; the two World Wars and the Cold War; towards economic and political integration.

Note

Students with credit for HIST 112, HIST 120, or INTS 101.12 may not take this course for credit.

Attention

A maximum of nine credit units of 100-level HIST may be taken for credit. Only six of these credit units may count toward a History major or minor. The remaining three credit units will count as a junior elective in Requirement 7

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