Ilana Offenberger

Full Time Lecturer

History

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Liberal Arts 336

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A survey of the growth of European civilization from ancient times to the end of the Middle Ages, including economic, social, political, and intellectual developments.

A survey of the growth of European civilization from ancient times to the end of the Middle Ages, including economic, social, political, and intellectual developments.

Continuation of History of Western Civilization; the study of European civilization from the end of the Middle Ages to the present, emphasizing the origins and development of 20th-century societies and issues.

Continuation of History of Western Civilization; the study of European civilization from the end of the Middle Ages to the present, emphasizing the origins and development of 20th-century societies and issues.

A critical analysis of selected topics or issues in European history which are not otherwise offered in the standard catalog courses.

A study of the forces shaping contemporary Europe. Attention will be paid to World War I and its impact, the Versailles settlement, liberalism and democracy in the 20th century, the challenge of totalitarian systems, the Second World War, the Cold War, West European unification, and disintegration of the Eastern Bloc.

A study of Germany from Hitler to the present day. Topics to be considered in depth include: the career and personality of Hitler; the growth of the Nazi Movement; the nature of the Nazi state; the origins of World War II; Germany's post-war recovery; and the government, society and roles of the (West) German Federal Republic and the (East) German Democratic Republic and reunification.

An examination of the Holocaust, including the psychosocial aspects of prejudice; the history of anti-Semitism from Biblical times; the historical, political, racist, economic, social, psychological, literary, legal, theological, and moral aspects of the Holocaust. Cross-listed as JST 356.

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An examination of the Holocaust, including the psychosocial aspects of prejudice; the history of anti-Semitism from Biblical times; the historical, political, racist, economic, social, psychological, literary, legal, theological, and moral aspects of the Holocaust. Cross-listed as JST 356.
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