Contemporary History (i+p) - II MODULO PARTE (P) (2014/2015)

Course code
4S02147
Name of lecturer
Renato Camurri
Number of ECTS credits allocated
6
Other available courses
Academic sector
M-STO/04 - CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
Semestrino IIA, Semestrino IIB

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Lesson timetable

Semestrino IIA
Day Time Type Place Note
Monday 3:40 PM - 5:20 PM lesson Lecture Hall 1.1  
Semestrino IIB
Day Time Type Place Note
Monday 3:40 PM - 5:20 PM lesson Lecture Hall 1.1  
Tuesday 3:40 PM - 5:20 PM lesson Lecture Hall 1.5  

Learning outcomes

The principal aim of this class is to offer the opportunity to analyse the most important questions connected with so called “European Civil War” (1915-1945) and with the legacy produced by this event inside European context after the end of IIWW.

Syllabus

Main topis of this class: a) poltical, cultural and military history of IWW, b) the crisis of European democracy after the end of IWW, c) the origins of Fascism and Nazism, d) the Cold War: political and cultural impact on European societies.

Bibliography:



1.one book among: T. Detti-G. Gozzini, Storia contemporanea, II, Il novecento, Bruno Mondadori, 2002, A.M. Banti, L’Età contemporanea. Dalla Grande Guerra a oggi, Laterza, 2011.


2. one book among:

M. Isnenghi, Il mito della grande guerra, Il Mulino (varie edizioni).
E. Traverso, A ferro e a fuoco. La guerra civile europea (1914-1945), Il Mulino, 2007.
J. Chapoutot, Controllare e distruggere. Fascismo, nazismo e regimi autoritari in Europa (1928-1945), Einaudi, 2015.
F. Romero, Storia della guerra fredda. L’ultimo conflitto per l’Europa, Einaudi, 2009.

I non frequentanti dovranno aggiungere alla bibliografia sopraindicata un testo a scelta tra i seguenti:

a. E. Traverso, Il totalitarismo, Bruno Mondadori, 2002.
b. R. Overy, Crisi tra le due guerre mondiali, il Mulino, 1998.

Assessment methods and criteria

Erasmus and overseas students attending classes can choose between written and oral examination. They can use books in foreign languages (English, French and Spanish).
For more details: contact the teacher during his office hours.