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Contemporany History

Credits: 6
Language: English
Course description
The course of Contemporary History follows the political, economic, social and cultural development of the historical period of the Contemporary Era (from 1848 to the end of 2nd Millennium) to help understand of the events, processes, ideas and main interpretations of the contemporary world.
Prerequisites
Applicants are expected to know Medieval and Modern History
Objectives
While making a chronological and, above all, critical outline of the period being studied, the course aims at following the phases that characterised the Contemporary Era including its contradictions and peculiarities.
Program
Modernity and Industrialisation in Europe – The Italian Unification – Problems and Developments of Nation-State in Italy – The German Unification – Changes in Society – Political Evolution in the National States – Imperialism and Changes between the 19th and the 20th Centuries – The Liberal Italy – Cultural Crisis and Economic Development in the 19th Century – The Great War – Italy during Fascism – Bolshevik Revolution and the Rise of Nazism – The New Order, the Crisis of the Thirties, the New Deal – World War II – The U.S. Supremacy and the Bipolar World – The Golden Age and the Welfare State – The Crisis of the Seventies and Globalization – The Growth of Democracy in Italy – The Republic in Italy – Italy Nowadays
Book
G. Sabbatucci e V. Vidotto, "Il mondo contemporaneo dal 1848 a oggi", Laterza, Roma-Bari, any edition since 2008 included. Chapters: 2, and from 4 to 31 (all included). There fore chapters 1,3,32,33,34,35,36 have only to be read.
Exercises
The exercises consist in developing (in the form of short essays) issues referring to the main questions dealt with during the course.
Professor
Rosanna Scatamacchia
List of video lessons
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