Race, Class, and Gender: A Social History of Modern (1750-present) Britain


body of scholarship examined addresses the nature and transformation of social relations in Great Britain in the wake of the major watersheds of the modern period, including the world's first industrial revolution, imperial expansion, political economy and democratization, world wars, the rise and fall of the welfare state, decolonization, Commonwealth immigration, and admission into the European Union. Examines impact of theoretical influences on the academy ranging from Marxism through the Cold War, feminism and anti-racism, and post structuralism to post colonialism.
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • EI
  • CZ
  • SS
Cross-Listed As
  • AAAS 515S
  • GSF 509S