Post-war European HistoryImperial College Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication
As in the preceding course: ‘Europe’s Twentieth Century’, students will be encouraged to join in a lively debate and express their thoughts on how we look at history. We will also reflect on how we remember the past and what tools can be used to enhance our understanding of history.
Tony Judt’s book: ‘Postwar. A History of Europe since 1945’ will provide a good source of reference for this course.
Each session (Wednesdays) will be accompanied by clips from documentary and feature films which illustrate the subject of discussion and bring the period to life.
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