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  1. Topic 1: The Atlantic Revolutions 9 items
    1. Topic 1: Required reading: 4 items
      1. An Age of Imperial Revolutions - Jeremy Adelman 2008

        Article Essential reading

    2. Shadows of revolution: reflections on France, past and present - David A. Bell, Ebook Central 2016

      Book  Read "Where do we come from? The enlightenment of the Age of Revolutions" (pages 122-135)

    3. The age of revolutions in global context, c. 1760-1840 - David Armitage, Sanjay Subrahmanyam, MyiLibrary 2010 (electronic resource)

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    4. The age of revolutions in global context, c. 1760-1840 - David Armitage, Sanjay Subrahmanyam 2010

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  2. Topic 2: The European Revolutions of 1848 11 items
    1. Topic 2: Required reading 3 items
      1. 1848: The Year of Revolution - Arnold Whitridge 1948

        Article Essential reading

    2. 1848: year of revolution - Michael Rapport 2010

      Book 

    3. The European Revolutions, 1848–1851 - Jonathan Sperber, Cambridge Books Online Course Book EBA. 2005

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    4. The European revolutions, 1848-1851 - Jonathan Sperber 2005

      Book 

    5. The European revolutions, 1848-1851 - Jonathan Sperber, ACLS Humanities E-Book 1994 (electronic resource)

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    6. Europe in 1848: revolution and reform - David Higgins 2000

      Book 

    7. Primary Sources 2 items
  3. Topic 3: The Constitutional Revolutions of 1905 10 items
    1. Topic 3: Required reading 4 items
      1. THE MYTH OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION - Alan Knight 2010

        Article Essential reading

      2. Democracy denied, 1905-1915: intellectuals and the fate of democracy - Charles Kurzman, EBSCOhost 2008

        Book Essential reading Pages 3-23

      3. From the ruins of empire: the revolt against the West and the remaking of Asia - Pankaj Mishra 2013

        Book Essential reading Pages 1-45

    2. Revolutionary Russia, 1891-1991 - Orlando Figes 2014

      Book  Read chapter 2

  4. Topic 4: The Russian Revolution in the World 11 items
    1. Topic 4: Required reading 4 items
      1. The Cambridge History of Communism: Volume 1: World Revolution and Socialism in one country, 1917-1941 - Silvio Pons, S. A. Smith, Stephen Smith, Cambridge Histories - Global History (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read "Revolution and counterrevolution in Europe 1917-1923" by John Paul Newman (pages 96-120)

      2. The Bolsheviks and the national question, 1917-23 - Jeremy Smith 2014

        Book Essential reading Pages 1-28

    2. Topic 4: Required Listening 0 items
    3. The vanquished: why the First World War failed to end, 1917-1923 - Robert Gerwarth 2017

      Book 

    4. Lenin: a biography - Robert Service 2010

      Book 

    5. Comrades!: a history of world communism - Robert Service 2010

      Book 

  5. Topic 5: The Wilsonian Moment and its Consequences 11 items
    1. Topic 5: Required reading: 5 items
      1. The Oxford handbook of the history of communism 2017

        Book Essential reading Read "1919" by Jean-Francois Fayet

      2. Competing visions of world order: global moments and movements, 1880s-1930s - Sebastian Conrad, Dominic Sachsenmaier, Ebook Central 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read "Dawn of a new Era: the "Wilsonian Moment" in colonial contexts and the transformation of world order, 1917-1920" by Erez Manela

      3. Competing visions of world order: global moments and movements, 1880s-1930s 2012

        Book Essential reading Read "Dawn of a new Era: the "Wilsonian Moment" in colonial contexts and the transformation of world order, 1917-1920" by Erez Manela

      4. From the ruins of empire: the revolt against the West and the remaking of Asia - Pankaj Mishra 2013

        Book Essential reading Read pages 184-215; 332-335

    2. Topic 5: Further reading 4 items
      1. Paris 1919: six months that changed the world - Margaret MacMillan 2003

        Book 

    3. Optional further materials 0 items
    4. Primary sources 2 items
      1. Review - Review by: Rebecca E. Karl 2008

        Article 

  6. Topic 6: Liberal and Nationalis Revolutionaries 11 items
    1. Topic 6: Required reading 5 items
      1. The Oxford handbook of the history of nationalism 2016

        Book Essential reading Read "Nationalism and National Unification in Nineteenth-century Europe" by John Breuilly (pages 150-174)

      2. Nations and Nationalism since 1780: Programme, Myth, Reality - E. J. Hobsbawm, Cambridge Books Online EBS. 1992 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read pages 1-13 & 14-45

      3. Nations and Nationalism since 1780: Programme, Myth, Reality - E. J. Hobsbawm, Cambridge Books Online EBS. 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read pages 1-13 & 14-45

      4. Rewriting German history: new perspectives on modern Germany 2015

        Book Essential reading Read "The age of assassination: monarchy and nation in nineteenth-century Europe" by Rachel G. Hoffman (pages 121-141)

      5. The Oxford handbook of the history of nationalism 2016

        Book Essential reading Read "Nationalism and historical writing" by Paul Lawrence (pages 714-727)

    2. Topic 6: Further reading 4 items
      1. Imagined communities: reflections on the origin and spread of nationalism - Benedict R. O'G. Anderson, ACLS Humanities E-Book 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      2. Nations and nationalism - Ernest Gellner 2006

        Book 

      3. The Invention of Tradition - E. J. Hobsbawm, Terence Ranger, Cambridge Books Online 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      4. From the ruins of empire: the revolt against the West and the remaking of Asia - Pankaj Mishra 2013

        Book  Chapter 2 "The strange odyssey of Jamal Al-Din Al-Afghani"; chapter 3 "Liang Qichao's China and the Fate of Asia"; chapter 5 "Rabindranath Tagore in East Asia, the man from the Lost Country"

    3. Topic 6: Optional further material 2 items
      1. Mapping the nation - Gopal Balakrishnan 1996

        Book  Read "Whose imagined community? by Partha Chatterjee (pages 214-225)

    4. Primary sources 0 items
  7. Topic 7: Radical Socialist and Anarchist Revolutionaries 5 items
    1. Topic 7: Required reading 1 item
      1. The Oxford handbook of political ideologies - Michael Freeden, Lyman Tower Sargent, Marc Stears, Oxford Handbooks Online 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read "Anarchism" by Benjamin Franks (pages 386-405) & "Social Democracy" by Ben Jackson (pages 349-364)

    2. Topic 7: Further reading 4 items
      1. The anarchists - James Joll 1979

        Book 

      2. Social protest, violence, and terror in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Europe - Wolfgang J. Mommsen, Gerhard Hirschfeld, German Historical Institute (London, England) 1982

        Book  Read '"Propaganda by Deed" and "Directed Action": Two concepts of anarchist violence' by Ulrich Linse (pages 201-229)

    3. Primary sources 0 items
  8. Topic 8: Anti-Imperialist Revolutionaries 8 items
    1. Topic 8: Required reading 4 items
      1. The Oxford handbook of the ends of empire 2018

        Book Essential reading Read "Islamic revolutionaries and the end of empire" by David Motadel

      2. Imagining Asia in India: Nationalism and Internationalism (ca. 1905-1940) - CAROLIEN STOLTE and HARALD FISCHER-TINÉ 2012

        Article Essential reading

    2. Topic 8: Further reading 3 items
      1. The politics of anti-Westernism in Asia - Cemil Aydin 2007

        Book 

      2. The nation and its fragments: colonial and postcolonial histories - Partha Chatterjee c1993

        Book 

      3. The Oxford History of the British Empire: Volume IV August 27, 2001

        Book  Read "The dissolution of the British Empire" by Wm Roger Louis (pages 330-357) & "Critics of empire in Britain" by Nicholas Owen (pages 189-212)

    3. Topic 8: Optional materials 1 item
    4. Primary sources 0 items
  9. General reading 21 items
    1. On revolution - Hannah Arendt 2016

      Book 

    2. The French Revolutionary Wars, 1787-1802 - T. C. W. Blanning 1996

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    3. The pursuit of glory: Europe, 1648-1815 - T. C. W. Blanning 2008

      Book 

    4. Anatomy of revolution - Crane Brinton, Clarence Crane Brinton, Crane" "Brinton, PsycBOOKS. 1938 (electronic resource)

      Article 

    5. The anatomy of revolution - Crane Brinton 1965

      Book 

    6. The Oxford handbook of European history, 1914-1945 - Nicholas Doumanis 2016

      Book 

    7. The pursuit of power: Europe, 1815-1914 - Richard J. Evans 2017

      Book 

    8. Barricades and borders: Europe, 1800-1914 - Robert Gildea 2003

      Book 

    9. The age of revolution, 1789-1848 - E. J. Hobsbawm 1996

      Book 

    10. The age of capital: 1848-1875 - E. J. Hobsbawm 1997, c1975

      Book 

    11. The age of empire 1875-1914 - E. J. Hobsbawm 1989, c1987

      Book 

    12. The transformation of the world: a global history of the nineteenth century - Jürgen Osterhammel, Patrick Camiller 2014

      Book 

    13. A world connecting, 1870-1945 - Emily S. Rosenberg 2012

      Book 

    14. European revolutions, 1492-1992 - Charles Tilly 1995

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