History | Modern France
B357 | 2762 | Cohen


Above section open to undergraduates only
Above section carries culture studies credit
Above section meets with WEUR W405

An examination of the forces shaping modern France since the
Revolution of 1789.  The emphasis will be on the social, economic,
political, and intellectual developments.  The course will include
considerable materials on contemporary France including the impact of
France’s membership in the European Union, intellectual currents such
as Structuralism and Deconstruction, the Chirac government and the
role of France in the world today.