HIST344 - 20TH CENT EUR INTEL HIST

Description: 
This course will explore the intellectual and cultural history of Europe between 1870 and 1962. We will take a socio-cultural approach to this history, using primary and secondary readings to examine how European intellectuals, artists, writers, and other cultural actors contributed and responded to major developments of the early 20th century. Among the historical themes for consideration are psychology and the self; feminism, gender and sexuality; the mass politics of socialism, fascism, and totalitarianism; race, empire and decolonization. Possible readings include Darwin, Freud, Woolf, Sartre, and Fanon.
Instructors: 
BRECKMAN, WARREN
Day and Time: 
TR 1200PM-0130PM
Room: 
MEYERSON HALL B13
Activity: 
LEC
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