HIST 126. Internationalism, Supranationalism, and Transnationalism in Modern Europe

This honors seminar will analyze experiments and schemes for organizing the world, ranging from realized projects like the League of Nations and the World Health Organization to unrealized projects like the European Defense Community. We will discuss internationalism and transnationalism in a variety of forms, including Third Worldist solidarity and cultural projects like Eurovision. Emphasis will be placed on the goals of internationalism, tensions between internationalism and nationalism, and historiographical debates about international institutions' legacies.
Prerequisite: This seminar is intended for honors students in the department.
Social sciences.
2 credits.
Eligible for GLBL - Paired
Spring 2023. Brown.
Catalog chapter: History  
Department website: https://www.swarthmore.edu/history

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