HI 319 Russia in the 20th Century
U1T 2006 DL
Pegues, Jutta C.
Assistant Professor of History
B.A., University of Maryland 1966M.A., The Ohio State University 1972Ph. D., The Ohio State University 1976
June 5 - July 30
Textbook: MacKenzie, David and Michael W. Curran. Russia and the USSR in the Twentieth Century. 4th ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co. 2001. ISBN 0-534-57195-6
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Course Description: Begins with the failure of the democratic revolution of 1905, emphasizing the Revolution of 1917 and Russia under Lenin. The rise of Stalin, collectivization of agriculture and industrialization, World War II and the Cold War. New democratic stirrings and the collapse of the Soviet system. 3:0:3
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Class Assessment: Online discussions, homework, midterm examination, term paper, and final examination.
Grading: Twenty Discussions 20% or 200 points
Four Homework assignments 10% or 100 points
Midterm Examination 25% or 250 points
Term paper 20% or 200 points
Final Examination 25% or 250 points
Late Submission of Course Materials: Grades will be reduced by one letter grade for each 24 hour late submission.
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