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HIST329A

Special Topics in History; Cities of Real & Imagined Disasters

The history of real and imagined urban disasters in modern global history is examined through the study of events such as earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, terrorism, and the creation of monsters such as Godzilla and King Kong. The course includes the study of the significance of historical events such as Hurricane Katrina, the San Francisco and Mexico City earthquakes, Hiroshima, Chernobyl, and 9/11.

Sister Courses: HIST329B, HIST329C, HIST329D, HIST329E, HIST329F, HIST329G, HIST329I, HIST329J, HIST329K, HIST329L, HIST329M, HIST329O, HIST329P, HIST329Q, HIST329R, HIST329V, HIST329W, HIST329X, HIST329Y, HIST329Z

Past Semesters

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Average rating: 3.33

Average GPA: 3.29 between 30 students

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