Revolutions and Rebellions

Course Number 
OH005
Level 
High School
Session 
Year-long
Prerequisites 
Enrollment in or completion of Literary Analysis and Argumentation (OE009) or Textual Analysis and Argumentation (OE010)

This course will examine the causes, nature, and consequences of sudden, dramatic changes in modern societies. Building on skills acquired in earlier humanities and English courses, students will analyze how diverse individuals and communities have experienced and influenced major social and political upheavals. The course will focus closely on the American Revolution, the French Revolution, and the Haitian Revolution, as well as examine reform movements and political thought of the late eighteenth century. Students will consider a wide range of texts and sources, including artwork, literature, political pamphlets, and philosophical writings. This course will serve as preparation for advanced work in history.

Course Credit 
10.0