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|HIST 270 - European Women in War, Revolution, and Terrorism|
This course surveys European women's gendered experiences of war, revolution, and terrorism from the French Revolution to the present. Adopting gender analysis as its methodological framework, it focuses on the changing constructions of femininity and masculinity in relation to major global upheavals and theories of violence in the modern world The course examines the impact of such developments on the lives of European women of different socioeconomic, regional, and racial backgrounds. Topics covered include the Russian Revolutions, World Wars I and II, global terrorism of the 1970s, and contemporary European feminist politics of immigration and the veil.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
Social Sciences Division
G4, Post-1700 History, IGS--Europe, International & Global Studies, IGS--Global Culture & Society, Women's and Gender Studies
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