Global History Between the Wars

Explore a period of history when ideologies and practices that challenged liberalism and capitalism gave rise to divisive trends in an international system dominated by the British Empire.

Discuss the history of revolutions, the first decolonization of the 20th century, colonialism around the world, the roots of modern conflicts, and the Depression, fascism and the onset of the Second World War in Asia and Europe.

STEVEN H LEE is an associate professor in the UBC Department of History. He currently chairs the International Relations Program at UBC and is working on a book on twentieth century global history.

Available Sessions

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Apr 21-Apr 21, 2018 | Sat | 9:30am-4:00pm |UBC Point Grey | $75.00

Format: In-Class
Code: UP987W18A
Offered: On Sat
Apr 21-Apr 21, 2018
1 sessions
From: 9:30am-4:00pm


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