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|HIS 3357: Europe Since 1945|
|What does it mean to be European, and who can be a European? This class explores these questions in a postwar Europe that has been haunted by the legacies of World War II. It examines the rise of popular culture, mass media, and the welfare state, and the way these developments have shaped European values and expectations. This class forefronts the political and social ramifications of the Cold War, shifting ideas of gender, sexuality and race, and the social impact of mass migrations of people into and between European countries. As the course unfolds, we will consider if Europe can be best described as a “post-Christian” society.|
||Not offered this academic year.
|Attributes: Writing "W" Course, Ways of Engaging, Upper-Division
Grade Modes: Normal Grading, Audit
Instructional Methods: Arranged, Traditional