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HIST 7201 Colloquium: Early Modern European History (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course is designed to assist graduate students with European history concentrations as they prepare for their comprehensive exams, as well as other students for teaching in the Core and entering into broader scholarly conversations. Each week focuses upon a major topic, from Renaissance humanism to the French Revolution. The selected books and articles provide both reliable information and compelling revisions of standard narratives. Students who engage seriously the material, seminar discussions, weekly book reviews and final review essay will become conversant with central developments in Europe from 1400-1800, as well as important new trends in the historiography.

Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Virginia Reinburg

Prerequisites: Graduate Student Standing.

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Comments: Required for all incoming Ph.D. students

Last Updated: 02-Mar-18