HIST 3332 Comparative Industrialization, Late 18th to Early 20th Centuries
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as HIST 27.
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3 hours; 3 credits
Origins and development of global industrialization. Effect of technological development and industrial processes on the organization of business and work, social classes and relations, gender expectations and family life, governmental roles and political movements, rural and urban environments, cultural beliefs/rituals and the production of art; competition and global consumption, colonization and commodification of resources, products, and peoples; imperial designs, colonial critiques, and global warfare. Alternatively, may satisfy credit requirements in European History.
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