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BELGIUM IN EUROPE AND THE WORLD: AN HISTORICAL APPROACH
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Belgium - IFE, Brussels - 'Field Research & Internship, Brussels'
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Number & Suffix: 126
Full UC Title: BELGIUM IN EUROPE AND THE WORLD: AN HISTORICAL APPROACH 
Transcript Title: BELGIUM IN EUR&WRLD 
UC QTR Units - Division: 4.5 - Upper Division 
Course Description: The goal of this course is to situate Belgium in the “concert of nations” since the 19th century, using a joint historical/geo-political approach, as a method for illustrating major historical and political trends of Europe qua Europe. Questions examined include the colonial past and its lingering impact at home, the impact of two world wars, as well as the role of Belgium in the long and incomplete phenomenon of European integration. Belgium serves at once as the focus of examination as well as an illustration of larger European issues, such as the past, present and future of the nation-State, war and peace, colonialism and post-colonialism, sub- and supranational community, among others. 
Language of Instruction: French
 
Partner Title: BELGIUM IN EUROPE AND THE WORLD: AN HISTORICAL APPROACH 
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