HIST 1201 Power, Privilege, and Agency in Modern Europe
4 semester hours
A study of the political, social, economic, intellectual, and cultural developments in Europe from 1500 to the present, by looking at the related dynamics of power, privilege, agency, and experience. Students will use selected case studies about power, privilege, and agency as a means to interrogate how various categories of difference came to define power relations in both local and global encounters.
University Core fulfilled: Explorations: Historical Analysis and Perspectives.