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The Modern World, Part One: Global History from 1760 to 1910 (Coursera)

This is a survey of modern history from a global perspective. Part One begins with the political and economic revolutions of the late 1700s and tracks the transformation of the world during the 1800s. Part One concludes as these bewildering changes seem to be running beyond the capacity [...]
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Understanding Korean Politics (Coursera)

This course will select six most outstanding issues in contemporary Korean politics and will engage in an in-depth, interactive inquiry of those issue. They include Korean politics in history, institutional setting of Korean politics, and dynamics of political culture in Korea, profiles of political leadership, myth and reality of [...]
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Media Freedom and Freedom of Expression in Africa (edX)

Aug 16th 2021
Media Freedom and Freedom of Expression in Africa (edX)
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Learn how to cultivate media freedom in Africa through advocating for improved policy and practice. This free course aims to empower activists, students, regulators, journalists, lawyers, and everyone interested in ensuring a free, pluralistic and independent African media.
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Peterloo to the Pankhursts: Radicalism and Reform in the 19th Century (FutureLearn)

Discover the history of protest, parliament and citizens’ rights. Improve your understanding of important milestones in political history. 16th August 2019 marks the bicentenary of the Peterloo Massacre, a key milestone in the campaign to reform Parliament in the 19th century, and an important part of Britain’s democratic heritage [...]
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Democratic to Authoritarian Rule Teach-Out (Coursera)

Jan 14th 2019
Democratic to Authoritarian Rule Teach-Out (Coursera)
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This event is part of Michigan’s Teach-Out Series which provides just-in-time community learning opportunities for participants around the world to come together in conversation with the U-M campus community, including faculty experts. How does history help us understand today’s political climate?
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