Creada por:   University of Virginia

  • Philip Zelikow

    Enseñado por:    Philip Zelikow, White Burkett Miller Professor of History

Compromiso7 weeks of study, 2-4 hours/week
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Excellent..........!!!!!!!!!!!!

Really good insight into the history of this period. I have found it fascinating and cannot wait to learn more.

Such an informative course, and it linked together different regions & events; that's something only top-level sources of education does. I will no doubt continue on with the course to Part 2.

Great class if you are looking for an overview of the 150-year span between the Enlightenment and World War I. What is unique (as far as classes I've taken) is that it makes mention of events in South America, the Middle East and Asia beyond how they affected the European or American powers.