HIST 535: Problems in Comparative World History
HIST 535-001: Global Contexts & Comparisons
West Building 1004
Section Information for Spring 2017
This course, serving both US and world/European history students under different numbers, will deal with basic institutional and cultural developments shaping the modern world over the past 250 years. Both separate and comparative readings, dealing with topics ranging from industrialization, to democratization and feminism, to globalization and culture clash. Requirements, reaction papers and a thematic essay.
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Course Information from the University Catalog
Investigates selected problems in global and comparative history, covering multiple countries or world regions. Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic is different. May be repeated within the term.
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