Welcome to Modern Global History - a survey of the twentieth century with a particular focus on the non-Western World. The lectures and resources are being made available for free via this Noet group. If you would like to follow along with the reading, you will need to purchase Martin Gilbert, A History of the Twentieth Century (ISBN: 978-0-06-050594-3, $3 on Amazon Kindle, $13 new via Amazon.com, and $10 used via www.ABEBooks.com).
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Course Instructor: Assistant Professor Daniel Ostendorff is currently completely his doctoral work from the University of Oxford on the modern history of East Africa (MA in Modern History: British Empire at Queens University Belfast and BA in History and Biblical & Theological Studies from John Brown University). Mr. Ostendorff serves as the Chair for the Department of Criminal Justice, History, & Political Science at LeTourneau University (www.letu.edu) where he teaches History and Political Science courses.
Course Description: This course is a study of recent world history from the end of World War I to the present. Major political, economic, and cultural developments that impact global relations will be analyzed.
Disclaimer: Unless a student is officially enrolled with LeTourneau University and paying tuition for the course, academic credit will not be awared for course completion.