History of Conflicts in Central and Eastern Europe

Major: History and Archeology
Code of subject: 8.032.00.M.013
Credits: 3.00
Department: History of Ukraine and Ethnic Communication
Lecturer: Phd Khoma I.Ya.
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: - Ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge in the chosen field of research; - Ability to demonstrate an understanding of the impact of historical processes and ethnocultural processes in archeology in a social and societal context. - Ability to demonstrate knowledge of the legal framework defined by domestic and international legislation on history and archeology; - Ability to demonstrate methods of searching and processing various types of historical sources, professional historical and archaeological literature; - Search, analyze, compare and critically evaluate information from various sources; - Ability to write a research paper, understanding the sequence of work on the preparation of research; - Ability to adapt the results of research during the writing of the dissertation; - Ability to work in archival institutions with different types of written historical documents; - Be able to use professional knowledge in the field of history and archeology to process research results
Required prior and related subjects: Research seminar in the field of history and archeology (new discoveries and research perspectives) Writing a master's thesis
Summary of the subject: Central and Eastern Europe on the world map and geopolitical significance Joint historical experience and transformations Complexes and the price of freedom Memory conflict
Assessment methods and criteria: preparation of abstracts for oral presentation and review of recommended literature (45 points) exam (55 points)
Recommended books: Vuychitsky K. Nostalgia and politics. Essay on the return to Central Europe. Breasts, 2016. The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus,1569–1999, K. 2018 Bloodlands. Europe Between Hitler and Stalin. K., 2012