This course aims to provide the student an in depth understanding of the major circumstances of the French Revolution, World War I, World War II, the Cold War and the period after that considering their social, cultural and political dimensions.
The Making of the Modern World, The Age of Revolutions, The Congress of Vienna, The Ottoman Diplomacy in the 18th Century, The Industrial Revolution, The Unifications of Germany and Italy, Imperialism, The Ottoman Empire in the 19th Century, The Ottoman Diplomacy in the 19th Century, World War I, Turkey and Europe after World War I, World War II, The Cold War, International Organizations, The Multipolar World, Détente, The End of the Cold War, Globalization.
|Teaching Methods||Assessment Methods|
|Students will be able to recognize the questions and problems that the field of the Political History is looking for answers.||1||1, 2, 3, 7||A, B, D|
|Students will be able to show the differences of Political History from other disciplines of the international relations.||2, 4||1, 2, 3, 7||A, B, D|
|Student will be able to relate the data collected form various disciplines to the fields of international relations and political history.||2, 4||1, 2, 3, 7||A, B, D|
|Students will be able to evaluate the issues both in national and world politics.||12||1, 2, 3, 7||A, B, D|
|Students will be able to recognize the basic concepts, problems and questions in different disciplines of Political Science and International Relations.||1, 2, 4||1, 2, 3, 7||A, B, D|
|Students will be able to employ the methods of data collecting and analysis used in historiography to the field of Political Science and International Relations.||3, 5, 8, 9||1, 2, 3, 7||A, B, D|
|1||The Making of the Modern World||(Sander, 2006)|
|2||The Age of Revolutions||(Sander, 2006)|
|3||The Congress of Vienna||(Sander, 2006)|
|4||The Industrial Revolution, The Unifications of Germany and Italy||(Sander, 2006)|
|6||The Ottoman Empire and Diplomacy in the 19th Century||(Ortaylı, 1995)|
|8||The World War I||(Sander, 2006)|
|9||Turkey and Europe after the World War I||(Sander, 2006)|
|10||The World War II||(Sander, 2006)|
|11||The Cold War||(Sander, 2006)|
|12||International Organizations||(Sander, 2006)|
|13||Multipolar World, Détente||(Sander, 2006)|
|14||The End of the Cold War||(Sander, 2006)|
|Textbook||Sander, Oral, Siyasi Tarih Cilt 1-2, İmge Yayınları, Ankara, 2006.|
UÇAROL, Rıfat, Siyasi Tarih, Der Yayınları, 2006.
ORTAYLI, İlber, İmparatorluğun En Uzun Yüzyılı, Hil Yayınları, 1995.
HOBSBAWM, Eric, Sermaye Çağı, Çev: Bahadır Sina Şener, Dost Yay, Ankara, 2005.
HOBSBAWM, Eric, Devrim Çağı, Çev: Bahadır Sina Şener, Dost Yay, Ankara, 2005.
HOBSBAWM, Eric, İmparatorluk Çağı, Çev: Vedat Aslan, Dost Yay, Ankara, 1999.
BROWN, L. Carl, İmparatorluk Mirası, Çev: Gül Çağalı Güven, İletişim Yayınları, 2000.
HOBSBAWM, Eric, Kısa 20. Yüzyıl, Çev: Yavuz Alogan, Sarmal Yayınları, İstanbul, 1996.
FROMKİN, David, Barışa Son Veren Barış, Çev: Mehmet Harmancı, Epsilon Yayınları, 2004.
HALLİDAY, Fred, Soğuk Savaş, Çev: İlker Özünlü, Belge Yayınları, İstanbul, 1985.
ŞEN, Sabahattin, Yeni Dünya Düzeni ve Türkiye, Bağlam Yay, İstanbul, 1994.
YERASİMOS, Stefanos, Milliyetler ve Sınırlar, Çev: Şirin Tekeli, İletişim Yayınları, 1995.
|Documents||Required readings and documents can be found both in the Reserve section of the library and in the bookstore.|
|Assignments||Handouts explaining the assignments will be given in class.|
|Exams||Exams will be given in class.|
|CONTRIBUTION OF FINAL EXAMINATION TO OVERALL GRADE||50|
|CONTRIBUTION OF IN-TERM STUDIES TO OVERALL GRADE||50|
|COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAM|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
|1||The ability to analyze and critically evaluate basic research models, approaches and intellectual traditions in the field of political science, international relations, comparative politics, Turkish politics and foreign policy. To demonstrate the ability to create innovative and original contribution to the field by specializing and expanding on these models and approaches.||X|
|2||To demonstrate the ability to make original contributions to the field with an interdisciplinary approach.||X|
|3||A command of basic research models and approaches of political science and international relations discipline and the ability to apply them in academic research and project design.||X|
|4||Having the ability to compare, contrast and analyze societal and political systems with an interdisciplinary approach.||X|
|5||Having a command of qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis methods and abiding by the highest levels of academic and research ethics.||X|
|6||The ability to contribute to the progress of the field of political science and international relations by conducting original and independent studies that produce original thought, methods, models, and applications to the field and/or utilize existing ideas, methods, models, and applications in another field of study.||X|
|7||The ability to contribute to the progress of the field of political science and international relations by publishing at least one academic article at a refereed journal and/or by producing or interpreting an original contribution.||X|
|8||To develop current and advanced level of data into original thought and research as a specialist. The ability to develop original ideas and methods in the field of political science and international relations.||X|
|9||The ability to debate and make presentations within an intellectual framework, and the ability to express oneself in a professional and academic manner. The ability to apply academic writing and presentation methods to dissertations, articles, and project design.||X|
|10||Having advanced reading, writing, comprehension and speaking skills in the English language.||X|
|11||Having the ability to apply knowledge of political science and international relations discipline to information technologies and traditional tools so as to produce sound solutions to problems.||X|
|12||Having the competency to work in the public sector, NGOs, research institutions and the academia.||X|
|13||Having empathy towards diverse and differing communities, which will facilitate conducing teamwork at local as well as global platforms.||X|
|14||Having competency of comprehending and interpreting local and global issues through information exchange with international academics and students.||X|
|ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION|
|Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)||16||3||48|
|Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)||16||15||240|
|Total Work Load||378|
|Total Work Load / 25 (h)||15.12|
|ECTS Credit of the Course||15|