Faculty of Arts
Europe Transformed: Pre-modern to the Present
A broadly chronological introduction to Europe since the late Middle Ages (c.1450 CE) that also offers a thematic approach to the study of European history. Topics include the rise of the modern state, the history of "everyday life" and gender relations, the nature of popular culture(s), the impact of revolutions (political, social and intellectual) and the rise and decline of European imperialism.
Coursework + exam
HISTORY 106: 15.0 points
HISTORY 109, HISTORY 110