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HIST-612 Studies in European History (3) Course Level: Graduate

Studies in European History (3) Topics vary by section. Rotating topics include women and gender, European thought and ideologies, nineteenth-century revolutions, development of the social sciences, Eastern and Central Europe of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, modern Germany, the Republic of Letters, and media and mass culture. Some background in European history is recommended. Crosslist: HIST-412. Repeatable for credit with different topic.

HIST-612 001
Term: SPRING 2018
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: The Viking World
Studies in European History (3) Topics vary by section. Rotating topics include women and gender, European thought and ideologies, nineteenth-century revolutions, development of the social sciences, Eastern and Central Europe of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, modern Germany, the Republic of Letters, and media and mass culture. Some background in European history is recommended. Crosslist: HIST-412. Repeatable for credit with different topic.
HIST-612 002
Term: SPRING 2018
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Cities and Politics of Memory
Studies in European History (3) Topics vary by section. Rotating topics include women and gender, European thought and ideologies, nineteenth-century revolutions, development of the social sciences, Eastern and Central Europe of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, modern Germany, the Republic of Letters, and media and mass culture. Some background in European history is recommended. Crosslist: HIST-412. Repeatable for credit with different topic.