EUROPE TRANSFORMED. HISTORY OF EUROPE BETWEEN 1870-1918.
Winter Term 1995
Norman Stone
Department of History
CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY





Course Description

1. Continental understanding of English history . Liberalism, capitalism, Protestantism general survey
2. Hungary viewed from the West. Hungarian-German, Hungarian-French, Hungarian-British relations
3. Russia as a European country. Russian civilization before 1917. Russian communism
4. German present - German past. German nationalism from Wagner to Hitler, nationalism without a state
5. New nations - new nationalism? Ukraine, Croatia, Slovakia, Israel - language problem, national identity in historical perspective

Readings:
1. Besancon, A., Intellectual Origins of Leninism.
2. James, H., German Identity.
3. Geschichte Siebenburgers. (Ed. B. Kopeczi)
4. Kohn, H., Nationalism.
5. Seton-Watson, R.W.C., The South Slav Question
6. Stone, N., Europe Transformed.
7. Weber, E., Peasants to Frenchmen
8. Wilson, E., The Window on Russia



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Modified: June, 1996

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