HIST 460: Modern Iran

HIST 460-001: Modern Iran
(Fall 2014)

12:00 PM to 01:15 PM TR

East Building 122

Section Information for Fall 2014

This course will examine a number of themes in the history of modern Iran: The evolving structure of the state and its institutions; the role of different social groups and classes; state power and opposition to the state; politics as expressed through Islamic and secular ideologies; the role of the great powers and the Iranian response to the Western challenge; and the impact of the Constitutional Revolution of 1906 and the Islamic Revolution of 1979.


Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3

Modern Iran, from 1800 to present, in context of several broad themes: institutional structure of state; role of great powers in Iran and Iranian response to economic, military, technological, and ideological challenge posed by West; interaction of religion and other ideologies and politics; economic development and impact on politics and society; and ways historians have sought to understand and interpret modern Iranian history. Limited to three attempts.
Mason Core: Global Understanding
Specialized Designation: Non-Western Culture
Schedule Type: Lecture
This course is graded on the Undergraduate Regular scale.

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