World History 1800-present

2019-2020
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Doel vak

To understand the complexity of globalization processes from
approximately 1.800 to the present. To acquiring knowledge from an
Engels handbook. To acquire knowledge of the Global History themes in
historical research. Doing research on a specific topic based on
scientific literature.

Inhoud vak

The discipline of Global History (GH) is a response to increasing
awareness of the growing interconnectedness of the various regions of
the world, as a result of the circulation of people, goods and ideas. GH
has in the last two decades developed into a strong international,
dynamic and productive discipline in the field of history research and
education. The focus of this discipline is the deep underlying material
and sociocultural structural changes, which shaped the human experience.
It is a form of Meta History; a historical narrative that puts events,
phenomena and processes in a broad context. Characteristic of this
historical approach is that it does not focus specifically on
civilizations and nation states, but on processes, whereby thematic
research is focused on comparisons and differences within and between
the regions of the world. GH is non-Eurocentric, because all units of
study are treated equally, as such non-Western concepts and local
knowledge are included.

Onderwijsvorm

Lectures, handbook training, discussion, and assignments.

Toetsvorm

The written exam is only a part of the final grade for this course. The
other part is the paper. The two partial grades do not compensate each
other. For both a minimum of 6.0 is required.The written examination
(50%) and the paper (50%) of the final grade. For both a minimum of 6.0
is required.

Vereiste voorkennis

The course World History 500-1800 is obligatory.

Literatuur

The handbook: "Worlds Together, Worlds Apart. A History of the World."
Third Edition, volume two. From 1000 CE to the Present. Robert Tignor,
e.a, New York, London (2011), chapters 17 -21 and the Epilogue;
scientific articles connect to the theme of each chapter of the
handbook, a list of which will be published on Canvas. Literature for
writing a paper is depending on the individual research subject.

Doelgroep

Fist year bachelor Dutch and international history students, who did the
course World History 500-1800.

Algemene informatie

Vakcode L_GABAGES129
Studiepunten 6 EC
Periode P5
Vakniveau 100
Onderwijstaal Engels
Faculteit Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Vakcoördinator prof. dr. F.A. van Lieburg
Examinator
Docenten dr. S.W. Verstegen

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