EUROPE SINCE BISMARCK This seminar course covers the social, political, economic, cultural, military, and diplomatic history of twentieth-century Europe from the age of nationalism in the late nineteenth century to the post-Cold War era of ethnic conflict and economic integration. Topics include imperialism, nationalism, World Wars One and Two, Nazism, decolonization, the Cold War, the European Union, the rise and fall of communism, the Balkan wars of the 1990s, globalization, and the rise of the New Right. Using a comparative perspective, the course examines what forces have united and divided Europe's nations since the end of the nineteenth century. Restriction: Student must have third year standing or above, or permission of the instructor. 06-09-2018-29-11-2018 Seminar Thursday 01:30PM - 04:30PM, Duffy Science Ctr, Room 423