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HIST 226: Modern France

This course surveys the history of France since 1815 and considers, across the arc of five republics, two monarchies, two Napoleonic empires, and one authoritarian regime, what it means to be French. Organizing themes include the revolutionary tradition and the notion of republicanism, industrialization's impact on society, the transformation of France in response to two catastrophic world wars, and contemporary challenges such as austerity and immigration. Foreign Language Across the Curriculum course available in French. Offered alternate years. Counts toward French major and management studies concentration.

Environmental Studies

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...HIST 245 Environmental History of Latin America HIST...261 Ecological Principles BIO 226 Terrestrial Ecology (Environmental...

Management Studies

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...HIST 193 Modern Latin America HIST 222 Modern Scandinavia HIST 224 Modern Germany HIST 226...

French

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...Gothic Art HIST 210 Major Seminar: European History HIST 226 Modern France HIST 227 French...