hst343 | undergraduate
The Middle East
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The Rise and Fall of Islamic Empire
- Analyze factors that lead to the growth and subsequent waning of Islamic power.
- Describe the evolution of Islamic politics, culture, and economics from 7th-century Arabia to the early modern era.
- Summarize the impact Islam had on the Middle East and surrounding regions.
- Compare and contrast Islam, Judaism, and Christianity.
The Challenges of Modernity
- Analyze the challenges to constitutionalism in Iran from 1905â1914.
- Summarize factors leading to the dismantling of the Ottoman Empire.
- Analyze Western political influence on the Middle East after World War I.
Transformation of the Middle East after 1945
- Describe the role the Middle East played in World War II.
- Describe significant changes in Turkey and Iran from World War II through the 1970s.
Challenges of a Jewish Nation-State
- Analyze contributing factors that led to Arab-Israeli strife in the modern era.
- Analyze regional and global effects of the Arab-Israeli wars.
The Modern Middle East
- Summarize political, social, and economic events that have influenced modern Iraq.
- Analyze recent trends shaping the modern Middle East.
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