HIST 3362: Global History of World War II

3 CreditsHistorical Perspectives

This course examines 1) how different countries remember World War II and how memories of the war have been shaped by domestic and international contexts of each country, and 2) how WWII changed the world in areas of human rights, the government-society relations, and ethical use of science and technology. Various faculty members with different geographical and thematic expertise come to the class as guest lecturers throughout the semester.

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