History of International Relations - 2nd semester
To provide students with a thorough understanding and critical evaluation of the main theoretical and methodological developments in the study of History of International Relations, and the results of the most relevant empirical research.
Manuel Filipe Canaveira
Weekly - 4
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1. AA.VV., Historia de las Relaciones Internacionales Contemporáneas, Barcelona, Ariel, col. Ariel História, coordenação de Juan Carlos Pereira, 2001.
2. ZORGBIBE Charles, Histoire des rélations internationales (1918-1945). De la paix de Versailles à la Grande-Alliance contre Hitler (1918-1945), Paris, Hachette, col. Pluriel Référence, 1994, tomo 2º,.
3. DUNBABIN J.P.D, International Relations since 1945 The Cold War: The great powers and their allies, ,., Londres e Nova Iorque, Longman, 1999, vol. 1º, 4ª ed
4. ROSSOUX, Valèrie-Barbara Les usages de la mémoire dans les Rélations Internationales, Bruxelas, Établissements Émile Bruyilar, 2001.
5. HABERMAS,Jürgen Kants idea of Perpetual Peace, with the benefit of two hundred years insight, in Perpetual Peace.Essays on Kants cosmopolitan ideal, Cambridge (Massachusetts) e Londres, The Mit Press, coordenação de James Bohman e Mathias Lutz-Bachmann, 1997, pp. 113-153.
In the first half of the semester the classes will be given integrally by the teacher. In the second half classes can exist where the presentation of essays by students can be admitted. These presentations should not exceed 15 minutes and in each class only three essays can be presented (in a total of 45 minutes)
1st - Oral exam on any point of the program to accomplish in the end of the semester (the obtained note is worth 60% of the final grade).
2nd - Test on any point of the program to accomplish in the end of the semester (the obtained note is worth 40% of the final grade).
The attendance won´t have any repercussion in the final grade.
1. Summary of the great political and diplomatic events within the History of International Relations of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
2. Detailed analysis of the main political and diplomatic events in History of International Relations of the twentieth century.
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