[HIST 267] Christianity in Modern Europe
In this course, students explore the place of Christianity in the political, social, economic, national, and gender revolutions of ‘modern’ Europe from 1789 to the present. This cultural- and social-historical investigation is broadly comparative, drawing on national, religious, and other communities across Europe, though France, Britain, Germany, and Russia may be emphasized.
Christianity in Modern Europe
Offered occasionally. Open to first-year students.
Also listed as Religious Studies 200.