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Department
History
Course
HIS242H1
Professor
Doris Bergen
Semester
Winter

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CHANGE AND CONTINUITY EUROPE AT THE END OF THE 20 TH CENTURY INTRODUCTION Exam: April 30 2013, 7-9pm http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/current/exams/apr13 PRIMO L EV’S JOURNEY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sL8JWS50xrI (trailer) C HANGE AND C ONTINUITY •Violence studied in class — the violence of colonialism, wars, Stalinist terror, genocides, ethnic cleansing, and attacks on foreigners •We spent some time trying to understand how it starts, how it escalates looking at the role of ideas, individuals, and institutions •How does extreme violence end? •Compare the end of WW1 with the collapse of Communism •The period after 1918 — there is a crisis • A similar crisis occurred with the collapse of communism After WW1 there is a widespread rejection of peace settlements and treaties •
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