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HIS 102 - Industry, Ideology, and War: A History of the World since 1500

From the Protestant Reformation to space exploration, the modern world offered changing glimpses and understandings of heaven and earth. Sparked by the Renaissance, this course will trace global advancement from Martin Luther and the Age of Exploration through the World Wars and into the modern day. Framed around the concept of globalization, students will inquire into the changing nature of the world from its new ideas to new nations to new technologies. Topics in this course will include the French Revolution, the Cold War, the Meiji Restoration, the rise of Arab nationalism, and imperialism.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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