Europe-Age Rev. & Nationalism

Primary Number: HIST 30477-01

ConStudies Number: CNST 30254

ConStudies CRN: 32474

Primary CRN: X

Instructor: Martin, Alexander (AMARTI20)

Day/Time: MW 3:30pm-4:45pm

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Location: X

Europe made a violent and dramatic entry into the modern age in the tumultuous decades from 1789 to 1871. The period opens with the French Revolution and closes with the unification of Germany and Italy. In between lie the revolutionary Reign of Terror in France, the Napoleonic Wars, the independence wars of Latin America, the revolutions of 1830 and 1848, the Industrial Revolution, and the invention of liberalism, conservatism, socialism, feminism, nationalism, democracy, atheism, and modern science. Europeans in 1789 still lived in a world that in many ways was similar to the 16th and 17th century; by 1871, the outlines of Europe in the 20th century were beginning to form. How this profound transformation occurred will be the subject of the course. 3.000 Credit hours