AP/HIST3357 6.0 A: Greece: a Modern History

Offered by: HIST


Summer 2023






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This Study Abroad course analyzes some of the major developments in European and world history during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century and then explains how those momentous changes were experienced in one country: Greece. Based on Athens but also taking trips for on site teaching the course provides in-depth understanding of major developments in recent Greek history and connects them to key moments European and world history.

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