THE WORLD WARS IN HISTORY, MEMORY AND RECONCILIATION
This course, which concludes with a 10-day program in Belgium and France, explores commemorative practices that emerged after the World Wars. Topics include the presentation of history through monumental architecture, the preservation of battlefields, and museums, and how these sites have informed identity and efforts to reconcile former enemies.
Prerequisite(s): 1.0 History course at the 2200-level or above, and permission of the Department. (Please note, because of the limited enrolment and special circumstances of international travel associated with this course, students will also be interviewed before their registration is finalized.).
Extra Information: 3 hours. Additional cost to be borne by students. Limited enrollment. Application and interview are required. Cross-listed with History 3710F/G.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: HISTORY
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