Mar 23, 2023
HIST 476 - History of Modern East Europe
Poland, Czech, Slovak Republics, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Greece, Albania, with special attention to multi-ethnicity, economic underdevelopment and modernization, political dependence, and nationalism. HIST 476 and HIST 576 are layered courses; students may not receive credit for both.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify key political and physical features of East European geography on map quizzes.
- Identify and describe the historical significance of key terms in East European history on exams.
- Reconstruct patterns of historical continuity and change in East Europe in papers, presentations, and exams.
- Prepare and present historical analysis orally (presentations, discussions) and in writing (papers and exams).
- Plan and write a seminar-length research paper based on a literary source, other primary evidence (HIST576) and secondary evidence.
- Identify the relationship between historical fact and historical interpretations, on exams and papers.
- Analyze cause and effect relationships, bearing in mind multiple causation, on exams and papers.
- Bring sound and relevant historical analysis to the service of informed decision making, in discussion.
- Research, organize, and present a research-in-progress lecture (HIST 576).
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Anticipated Course Offering Terms and Locations:
Winter Locations: Ellensburg
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