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Introduction

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Department
History
Course Code
HIS244H1
Professor
Nicholas Terpstra

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HIS244 IntroTuesday January 11th 2010
In-class test: 3 short answer questions there will be choice
1648 (Treaty of Westphalia ending the Thirty Years War) to 1815 (The end of
Napoleon 2.0)
A period of diplomacy and wars
Our focus will be on the lives of individuals
Social orders what it meant to be in the elite, the poor, etc.
Life, death, and disease
Gender relations
Europe and the world
Impact of encountering new peoples
Government and the ideologies of government
Intellectual movement of the Enlightenment
Consumerism
Industrialization
French Revolution and Napoleon
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HIS244 Intro Tuesday January 11 2010h In-class test: 3 short answer questions there will be choice 1648 (Treaty of Westphalia ending the Thirty Years War) to 1815 (The end of Napoleon 2.0) A period of diplomacy and wars Our focus will be on the lives of individuals Social orders what it meant to be in the elite
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