HIST 599.NO1: Nineteenth-Century Europe
During the nineteenth century, European states came to dominate the globe and firmly establish the basis of the modern world. But despite the confidence exuded by so many, others felt significant anxiety about the rapid and sweeping pace of change: politics, the economy, technology, social organization, religion, science and even the arts and literature took new and sometimes disturbing directions. Students will focus on a specific element of this change and undertake in-depth original research and a study of the historiography of the topic in order to create a well-supported historical interpretation.
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Prerequisites: 2.5 GPA with a Bachelor’s degree, plus IN Teaching License