ITA237H5 • Italy, from 1815 to 1960

(Offered in English) This course addresses key aspects of contemporary Italy by exploring the foundational events that shaped it, such as Unification, World War I, World War II, and the Economic Boom of the 1950s-60s. Investigative sources include short stories, novels, sociological and historical documents, and popular articles. In this course, students have the option of participating in co- and extra-curricular learning experiences. When those are offered, additional costs and application processes may apply.

Texts will be available in Italian and English.

Open to all students. If enrolled in an Italian Minor, Major or Specialist program: ITA100Y5 or permission of department.
International - Optional
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