Oct 05, 2022  
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HIS 223 London: A Public History of an International City


Historical survey of London, England, from its foundations in the Roman era to the present, that explores the city both as a cultural center in British history and as an international city which always had connections beyond Britain. The course will use the city as a resource for the study of public history and as an urban landscape for exploration in its own right. Major themes include the foundation, evolution and expansion of London, the impacts of commerce, immigration, and industrialization, and the place of London in British intellectual and political life and in the arts. The course also introduces basic concepts and tools in public history. 3 hour(s).



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