War And Society, 1914-1945

War And Society, 1914-1945

Prefix: 
HIS
Course Number: 
121

?Total War? in the 20th century exerted a profound impact on social relations in a great many ways. This course provides you with the opportunity to think long and hard about the social impact of ?total? warfare, from a transnational perspective. We will explore a number of social and cultural themes as they relate to the two World Wars, such as: the impact of total war on gender relations; military technology and ethics; the demonization of the enemy; war-time propaganda; the roots of the welfare state within the warfare state; and the postwar efforts to come to terms with the atrocities of total war.

Sections

Spring 2019
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
HIS 121-001 3.0 RM.OB7 Philip R Harling
HIS 121-002 3.0 Rm.111 Cameron Michael Boutin; Philip R Harling
HIS 121-003 3.0 Rm.239 Christa Elise Kieffer; Philip R Harling
HIS 121-004 3.0 Rm.103 Philip R Harling; John Joseph Perry
HIS 121-005 3.0 Rm.213 John Joseph Perry; Philip R Harling
HIS 121-006 3.0 Rm.203 Stuart Cameron Simms; Philip R Harling
HIS 121-007 3.0 Rm.301 Jeffrey Daniel Carruthers; Philip R Harling
HIS 121-008 3.0 Rm.B8 Amy Justine Malventano; Philip R Harling
HIS 121-009 3.0 Rm.244 Stuart Cameron Simms; Philip R Harling
HIS 121-010 3.0 Rm.103 Philip R Harling; Amy Justine Malventano
HIS 121-011 3.0 Rm.203 Cameron Michael Boutin; Philip R Harling
HIS 121-012 3.0 Rm.301 Christa Elise Kieffer; Philip R Harling
HIS 121-013 3.0 Rm.101 Jeffrey Daniel Carruthers; Philip R Harling
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