HIS-361 Britain, Empire, and World, 1832-2010

A study of British political, social, and cultural institutions since 1832 as the country responded to the challenges of mass, industrial, urban society and the maintenance of empire in an increasingly competitive European environment. Particular attention is given to the extension of democratic institutions, invention of the welfare state, and decolonization as the United Kingdom developed into a modern nation. (Research Intensive)


3 credits