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HIS 472 - Imperial Russia

Campus: Springfield


Examines significant aspects of Russian political, cultural, and intellectual life from 1689 to the revolutions of 1917 in the broader European context. Topics will include: the expansion and dissolution of the empire from Tsar Peter I to World War I; Russian Orthodoxy and society; the emergence of the intelligentsia and the revolutionary tradition; and major intellectual/cultural movements from the Enlightenment to the Silver Age. Course readings will consist of selections from primary and secondary sources, including literary works from the period.

Special Instructions:

Restricted to online majors.

Academic Program Restrictions:

BA:Online Economics -UIS BA:Online English -UIS BA:Online History -UIS BA:Online Liberal Studies -UIS BA:Online Mathematical Sci-UIS BA:Online Philosophy -UIS BA:Online Political Sci -UIS BA:Online PSY-Indivi Conc -UIS BBA:Online Bus Admin Mgmt -UIS BBA:Online Business Admin -UIS BS:Online Computer Science-UIS BS:Online Info Syst Sec -UIS BS:Online Mgmt Inf Sys - UIS BS:Online MIS Hth Care Inf-UIS NDEG:Online Teach Ed-Sec -UIS BA:Online Communication -UIS

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Number of Required Visit(s): 0

Course Level: Graduate

Credit: 4

Term(s): Fall


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