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HIST 216: Industrialism, Nationalism, and Imperialism: Europe, 1815-1914

Term: Spring Fall

Credits: 4

Degree Requirements: F3 F8

Major Requirement: History of Europe

This course examines the impact of industrialization on the social, political, and intellectual life of Europe. The combination of
nationalist idealism and the realism of state power that produced the unifications of Italy and Germany will be critically examined. The
course will also examine the nationalist and imperialist rivalries that drove the European states to the brink of war after the turn of the
century. (Course offered in alternate years.)

Prerequisites: none.