Cambridge International AS Level European History 1789 1917 🔄

Cambridge International AS Level European History 1789 1917 🔄

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Cambridge International AS Level European History 1789 1917

the semester i course focuses on the study of early to mid-nineteenth century europe. after the napoleonic wars, european states shifted from radical destruction to reconstruction. political ideals of liberty and equality gave way to those of nationalism and the rise of industrial society. this course will address the tension between the advances of the industrial revolution and the longstanding traditions of political and social order in western europe. the course will address debates about the place of the individual and the state, the political and social institutions of the nation-state, gender and labor, nationalism, race, and sexuality. in doing so, the course will address the following questions: what did the nineteenth century look like and why did it happen? what were the political ideas that shaped the world of the nineteenth century? what were the economic, social, and cultural institutions that transformed the world of the nineteenth century? what did politics, religion, and popular culture mean to the people who lived through the century? what did it mean to be a citizen, a woman, a laborer, a man, a jew, a person of color? what did it mean to be modern? this course aims to offer students a broad overview of the political, social, and economic developments of the time. while a great deal of attention will be paid to the united kingdom and france, students will also be introduced to the ideas, people, and events of other european countries.

this course addresses major events in the history of britain and france from the late sixteenth century to the late twentieth century. it approaches history as a product of human agency rather than the mere outcome of impersonal forces. the course will challenge the student to think about the relationship between human beings and historical events and about the causes and consequences of those events. the course will examine the major events and trends in politics, society, and culture that have shaped the european countries of britain and france. this course will attempt to deal with major themes of european history through a series of lectures and discussions. the goal of the course is to provide a broad overview of the major events of european history and their relationship to the evolution of modern european society. the aim is to stimulate the student's interest in the study of history and to foster a deeper appreciation of the past.

this course provides an introduction to the history of africa, asia and the middle east in the modern world. the course aims to introduce students to the history of africa and the middle east, including north africa, west africa, east africa, south africa, the arabian peninsula, iran, mesopotamia, the near east, the islamic world, and india. students will be provided with a broad overview of the history of the region, beginning with the ancient near east, continuing through the middle ages, and concluding with the modern history of the region. students will learn about the peoples of the region, their relationships, their place in the world, their ideas about history, their religious beliefs, and how these all fit into the history of the region.
the course aims to provide an introduction to the history of the islamic world and its current status. students will learn about the origins of the region and the main religious, political, and economic forces at work in it from the ancient period to the twentieth century. students will be introduced to the main historical topics, their causes and consequences, and how they have shaped the modern world.
this course will examine major developments in modern europe from 1789 to 1914. the course will examine the major political, social, economic, religious, and intellectual developments of the period, including political institutions, social mobility, religion and education, and social and political tensions. the course will also examine the impact of these changes on the culture and intellectual life of europe. the course will explore the way in which these changes affected national identity and national cultures. topics include the rise of nationalism, the development of mass politics, the impact of industrialization, the unification of europe, the challenges of the modern world, the rise of socialism and communism, the outbreak of world war i and the origins of the great war. the course will also explore the impact of the war on the societies of europe, especially in germany and russia. there will be a final examination. the course will also prepare you for the cambridge as level history exam.