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HIST 1042 Europe in the World II (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course seeks to acquaint students with the ways in which today's Europe (and today's wider world) developed out of the very different world of the late eighteenth century. It centers on what have been called "the plagues and pleasures" of a competitive market economy, tracing the rise of that economy in the nineteenth century as well as the challenges it has endured and the changes it has experienced since then. The course fulfills the second half of the university core requirement in history.

Instructor(s): Sarah Ross

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 01-Mar-18