Europe Since 1500

Summer 2017 quarter (First Session)

Taught by

European history
  • UG

This class surveys the social, cultural, political, intellectual and religious history of Europe since 1500, including the Reformation, the Dutch Republic, 18th-century Enlightenment and absolutism, the French Revolution, 19th-century imperialism and industrialization, the Russian Revolution, the two World Wars and decolonization. Social, gender and intellectual topics will be stressed. Students earn 4 credits during two weeks of intensive class meetings, June 26 to July 7. Students enrolled for 6 or 8 credits will then have the remainder of the summer session to research and write essays, with faculty guidance.  This is a companion class to "Art Since 1500."

Program Details

Fields of Study

history philosophy

Preparatory For

history, the humanities, teaching

Websites

Quarters

Summer Open

Location and Schedule

Campus Location

Olympia

Time Offered

Day

Advertised Schedule

This is an intensive class meeting Mondays through Fridays, 9am-1pm for two weeks, from June 26-July 7.  Students enrolled for 6 or 8 credits will then have the rest of the summer session to research and write essays, with faculty guidance.

Online Learning

Hybrid Online Learning < 25% Delivered Online