Imperial and Revolutionary Russia (1800-1917) OpenCourseWare: A Free Bachelor Level Russian History Course by MIT

Published Feb 13, 2009

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'Imperial and Revolutionary Russia, 1800-1917' is a free OpenCourseWare from MIT's School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. Students will learn about the evolution Russia's social, cultural and political heritage during a tumultuous period. This undergraduate-level class is appropriate for any student interested in studying History, Political Science or related fields.

Imperial and Revolutionary Russia, 1800-1917: Course Specifics

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Imperial and Revolutionary Russia, 1800-1917: Course Description

This course covers topics including the Muscovite Heritage, the Age of Catherine II, bureaucratic monarchies and late Imperial Russia and the Revolutions of 1917. The 'Imperial and Revolutionary Russia, 1800-1917' OpenCourseWare uses studies of Russian history and literature to understand the changes that took place in Russia. Professor Elizabeth Wood teaches this undergraduate-level course. After completing this course, students will be prepared with the background needed for further studies in Russian History. Any student interested in European History will benefit from this class.

This free Russian History course includes assignments, exams and a variety of study materials. If you are interested in learning more, visit the imperial Russian course page.

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