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Great Intro to the Subject
Meetings Outside of Class
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recommend it as a course for anyone interested in the development of Modern Europe. It gave me a greater understanding to how Europe is where it is now. It was structured around the great ideologies of the centuries after 1648 and how they changed, shaped and in some cases perverted European identity. There was less emphasis on the movers and shakers of Europe.
I enjoyed studying more thoroughly the ideas of the 19th century, such as nationalism and romanticism. I
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The best advice I would give is to do the required reading for class. This is a very lecture heavy course and the teacher often engages the students in conversation. So it is crucial that you have good reading and note taking skills.