Modern Europe, 1789 to 1918: Revolutionaries, Citizens, and Subjects in Europe's Long 19th Century
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HIST 003A Syllabus

HIST 003A. Modern Europe, 1789 to 1918: Revolutionaries, Citizens, and Subjects in Europe’s Long 19th Century


This course surveys European history’s “Long 19th Century,” a periodization we may challenge throughout the semester. We will begin with the French Revolution and the First French Republic and end with the Russian Revolution and the emergence of the Weimar Republic. We will see other revolutions foment, ideals of republicanism espoused, citizenship bestowed (and revoked), and the borders of Europe expand and contract both on the continent of Europe and much further afield during waves of colonial expansion. 
Recommended for teacher certification.
Social sciences.
1 credit.
Spring 2018. Brown.
Spring 2020. Weinberg.

Catalog chapter: History  
Department website: http://www.swarthmore.edu/history


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