History of Modern Europe

INSTRUCTORS:

Ivan Dodovski, PhD
Dean of the UACS School of Political Science
Marina Andeva, PhD
Secretary General / Assistant professor

The course offers a survey of key developments in the history of modern Europe. Attention is paid to the causes and consequences of major turning-points as well as on the inter-relations between economic, political and social developments. Students will gain an understanding of a number of long-term themes in European history, including the emergence of concepts of nation-state, liberal and conservative ideologies, as well as the causes and consequences of the First World War, the Balkan wars, the Second World War, the Cold War, and the establishment of the European Union.

Syllabus History of Modern Europe