hst337 | undergraduate
Modern Europe History
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The Rise of Nationalism and the Nation-State
- Explain the influence of nationalism and the revolutions of 1848 on the development of the nation-state.
- Analyze the changing roles of the various social classes, women, and minorities in the 19th-century nation-state.
- Compare the characteristics of various 19th-century philosophical ideologies.
War and Peace
- Analyze the influence of European imperialism on Africa and Asia.
- Analyze the roles the alliance system and nationalism played in the outbreak of World War I.
- Explain the effects of industrialization in relation to World War I.
- Describe the relationship between Europe and America during and immediately after World War I.
Fascism, Communism, and World War II
- Describe the economic and social effects of World War I.
- Compare the political philosophies of communism, fascism, and democracy.
- Describe the economic and political factors leading to World War II.
- Analyze implications of the Jewish Holocaust.
Reconstruction to Unification
- Describe how the Cold War affected Eastern and Western Europe.
- Analyze the collapse of communism in Europe.
- Describe the evolving relationships between European nations.
The French Revolution and Napoleonic Europe
- Analyze the intellectual ideas of the Enlightenment and their influence on the French Revolution.
- Describe the cultural and political implications of the French Revolution.
- Describe the political effects of Napoleonic expansion on Europe.
- Identify the major European states geographically after the Congress of Vienna.
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