HST 362 : NATIONALISM, IMPERIALISM, AND WORLD WAR I

An examination of the era surrounding the First World War. The course will include a study of Europe in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, concentrating on the rising power of nationalism and the drive for world conquest that is known as the New Imperialism. It will also focus on the war itself, from its causes to its conduct to its thunderous significance in shaping the modern world. Writing Intensive.
GEP, Major, Minor, Elective credit.

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