HIST-172 History of East Central Europe I
Fall for 2013-2014
Professor Siobhan Doucette
From the Medieval Kingdoms to 1918. Development of the East European states. Formation of the multinational empires of the Habsburgs and the Jagiellons. Expansion of the Ottomans and Romanovs. Influence of the Enlightenment, Romanticism, and Liberalism. Social revolutions and national uprisings. The rise of nineteenth century nationalism. World War I and the rebirth of the national states.
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