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Table of Contents - Modern Jewish History
HISTORY 477      Modern Jewish History
This course surveys modern Jewish history from the Napoleonic period to World War II. Analyzing the social status of the Jews in Medieval Europe, it proceeds towards a discussion of the growth of the national state and the breakup of the Holy Roman Empire and analyzes the growth of socialism, integral nationalism, and liberalism as they affected the Jewish communities in Europe and America. The course serves as a survey of modern political and economic trends as they affect a distinct group. Also offered as HISTORY 577R.
Faculty: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: History