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Polish Studies at University of Louisiana at Monroe
The University of Louisiana at Monroe and the gateway to your future! ULM is a selective admissions, state-funded institution of higher education which offers exceptional undergraduate and graduate academic and experiential opportunities to meet the academic, cultural, career, social, and personal needs of our students.
Located in the eastern part of Monroe, a city with a metropolitan population of over 100,000, the University has an enrollment of approximately 9,000 students, including over 1,100 graduate students.
HIST-420 The Holocaust @
- COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course will confront the background, events, and consequences of the extermination of European Jews during World War II. Students will be introduced to traditions of European racism and anti-Semitism, as well as the cultural, political, diplomatic, and social conditions in Germany and elsewhere that helped to make the Holocaust possible. We will then turn to a study of the rise of National Socialism, its vision for a new Europe, and the role of anti-Semitism in Nazi ideology and practice, culminating in an analysis of both the politics and the machinery of genocide. Finally, we will address issues of resistance, aid to the victims and, ultimately, the ways in which our culture and others remember, commemorate, or even forget the Holocaust.
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Chris Blackburn
- Blackburn, Christopher A., Asssociate Professor of History, University of Louisiana at Monroe. @
Ph.D., Auburn University, 1996
Phone: (318) 342-1088 / Fax: . . . / E-Mail: email@example.com
MAJOR INTERESTS: Late Eighteenth Century Poland; Napoleonic influence and events in Poland
POLAND RELATED ACTIVITIES:
- HIST 481: Europe, 1890-1945
- HIST 550E: The Holocaust
- "The Polish Peasantry in the Late 18th Century," Consortium on Revolutionary Europe,
1750-1850: Selected Papers, 2001, (Tallahassee, FL: Institute for Napoleonic Studies, 2003), 118-126.
- "Serfs Without Serfdom: Napoleon's Polish Experiment," Napoleonic Scholarship: The Journal of the International Napoleonic Society, 3 (1999), 33-40.
- Napoleon and the Szlachta. Boulder/New York: East European Monographs No. 497, distributed by Columbia University Press, 1998.
- Tadeusz Kosciuszko (1746-1817) in Historic World Leaders. ed. Anne Commire. (Detroit, MI: Gale Research Inc., 1994), 2: 739-743
- Reform or Renewal?: The Impact of the Napoleonic State on the Provencial Society of the Department Lubelski Annales: Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska, Sectio F, vol. L (1995), 133-156.
- Poles in the Confederacy? Who Let'em In!: The Grand Junction Riot of 1861 The West Tennessee Historical. 47 (1993), 11-17.
- Prince Poniatowski finds an Army: West Galician Attitudes in 1809 22nd Proceedings of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe. (Tallahassee, FL: Institute for Napoleonic Studies, 1993), 215-222.
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