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Grand Rapids, Michigan


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HIST 267

Modern Europe

A survey of Europe from the Congress of Vienna (1815) to the present. Using 1945 as a pivotal year, the course examines the major social, economic, cultural, and political trends that dominated the continent and inspired the two world wars: nationalism, industrialization, militarization, secularization, protest movements, and imperialism. The balance of the course examines the changes and continuities that have characterized the post-war period: economic integration, the Cold War and its aftermath, immigration, decolonization, the tension between European unity and national identities, as well as the burden of Europes past

Units: 3.0