2nd Quarter Bulletin

European Ideologies

Quarter 2

Heubeck

11.1 X AIMS---No School

11.2 1 “The Magus of the North”; German Nationalism (pdf)

11.3 2 OPEN

11.4 3 NATIONALISM: Berlin 238-261 (The Bent Twig)

Ernest Gellner #1; Gellner # 2

11.5 4 OPEN

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11.8 5 NATIONALISM: Ernest Renan #1;

Renan #2; Renan #3

Eric Hobsbawm

11.9 6 4th period

11.10 7

Perry Reading

11.11 8 OPEN

11.12 9

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11.15 10 OPEN


11.16 1

11.17 2 OPEN

11.18 3

11.19 4 OPEN

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11.22 5

11.23 6 4th period

THANKSGIVING

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11.29 7 Economic Liberalism: -Malthus and Ricardo

Readings: Bullock & Shock; K.R. Minogue

11.30 8 OPEN

12.1 9 Economic Liberalism: -Malthus and Ricardo

Readings: Bullock & Shock; K.R. Minogue

12.2 10 OPEN

12.3 1 Conservatism: from Perry; Benjamin Disraeli , Metternich

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12.6 2 OPEN

12.7 3 1848 Revolutions: from NYRB; Brief Summary; another summary; France, Prussia,

12.8 4 OPEN

12.9 5 Marxism: excerpt: The Communist Manifesto; a summary from Perry (pdf); “Marxism: For and Against”; “Reason and Revolution”; “What’s Left of Marx?” Marx and Freedom; He Kept Marx Going

12.10 6 4th period

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12.13 7 Anarchy: Bakhunin Reading (pdf); “Bakunin: A Marxist Critique”

12.14 8 OPEN

12.15 9 Russian Peasant Commune Readings; from Russian Thinkers

12.16 10 OPEN

12.17 1   Peter Chadaaev, “Apology of a Madman;

Vissarion Belinsky, “Letter to Gogol”; Ivan Aksakov, “A Slavophile Statement”


Winter Break (12.18-1.2)

1.3 2 OPEN

1.4 3 The Revolutionist” from New Yorker (pdf)

1.5 4 OPEN

1.6 5 Dostoevsky, The Grand Inquisitor

1.7 6 4th period

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1.10 7 Dostoevsky; Notes from the Underground

1.11 8 OPEN

1.12 9 Dostoevsky; Notes from the Underground

1.13 10 OPEN

1.14 1 Dostoevsky; Notes from the Underground

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1.17 x MLK Day; School Closed

1.18-1.24-----EXAMS/End of Semester

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