DIS Copenhagen - History

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DIS Copenhagen - History

Europe is the cradle of liberal democracy, civil rights, Western culture, and secular civilization, yet also shaped by colonialist expansion, social engineering, and brutal tyrannies. In this program, you will traverse the ambiguities of European history. This program is right for you if you study history or want to understand the interplay between Europe’s past and current European identities.

Subjects

  • History
  • European Studies

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