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HISTORY 283E: Empire and Resistance in the Modern Middle East

Many scholars and pundits present European empires as the main historical actors shaping the modern Middle East. This course will assess that claim by examining the history of European imperialism in the Middle East, giving equal weight to the power of imperialism and the many ways in the which the peoples of the region responded to and contested that power in order to shape their own history. From the Napoleonic invasion of Egypt to the European takeover of the former Ottoman lands after World War I.
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