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HY 258. Britain and the Third World. 3 Hours.

This course examines the relations between Great Britain, the modern world¿s first superpower and non-European peoples all over the world. In addition to examining issues of Empire, the course stresses the cultural interactions that were critical in the development of the modern world and the problems and opportunities of multi-ethnic societies. The course emphasizes those areas in Africa, Asia and the Middle East where the encounters between the British and the native culture created situations which are still major issues for the twentieth century world. Parallels to American experiences are also discussed. Ethics and Civic Responsibility are significant components of this course.

International Studies

http://catalog.uab.edu/undergraduate/collegeofartsciences/interdisciplinaryprograms/internationalstudies/

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