Courses: The French Revolution (HISTH228B01)

Spring 2012

Most historians identify the French revolution of 1789 with the birth of the modern world. The French captured international attention when they tore down the Old Regime and struggled to establish a democratic society based on Enlightenment principles of liberty and equality. The problems confronted by revolutionary leaders continue to haunt us around the world today. This course examines the origins, evolution, and impact of the French Revolution with special emphasis on the historiographical debates that have surrounded the revolution since its inception.

Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or above.

Fulfills: SO III Limit:25

Department

History (Web site)

Taught By

Lisa Jane Graham (Profile)

Meeting Times

MW 2:30-4:00