HIST 331 - Modern British Isles

Prerequisites/Corequisites: Take 3 credits; From Department HIST; From Level 100. (Required, Previous).
Credit Hours: Min: 3; Max:

Description: Considers the principal forces that have shaped England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland from the late medieval period to the present. Major topics include origins and often uneasy evolution of the United Kingdom, the Tudor Reformation, the Stuart struggle with Parliament and the creation of a constitutional monarchy, decline of the aristocracy, rise of British industrial and imperial power, character of the Victorian age, Britain in the two world wars, establishment of the welfare state, and the relationship of Britain to the world of today. One 100-level course or permission of the department is prerequisite to all history courses above the 299 level.

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