14, Syllabus 2006

14 Syllabus 2006 - HISTORY 14"Race Nationalism and Modern Europe Fall 2006 History 14 is a thematic survey of Europe since the French Revolution

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HISTORY 14: “Race,” Nationalism, and Modern Europe Fall, 2006 History 14 is a thematic survey of Europe since the French Revolution which emphasizes contrasting definitions of the nation. We will study evolving attitudes toward outsiders, processes of assimilation, and the politics of ethnocentric prejudice. At least a third of the course will treat the period since the Second World War. Your course grade will depend on your attendance at lectures and film screenings and participation in the six scheduled discussion sessions, two short film critiques, two essays and one in-class examination, weighted as follows: 1st essay [5pp, 14%], exam [33%], 2nd essay [10pp, 33%], two critiques (1-2pp ea.) [10%], participation [10%]. Written work must be submitted on the date it is due in order to receive full credit. The first essay may be re-written and a new grade assigned if the revision is submitted within a week of the original having been returned to you. The two essay assignments and the two film critiques must
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course HIST 14 taught by Professor Malchow during the Fall '06 term at Tufts.

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14 Syllabus 2006 - HISTORY 14"Race Nationalism and Modern Europe Fall 2006 History 14 is a thematic survey of Europe since the French Revolution

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