A Turning Point in European History: The French Revolution and Napoleon 1789 – 1815

Instructor: Kosta P'Manolis


Tuesdays, February 17 - March 24, 2015, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Arts Center

$100 members; $115 non-members

Register by:   First day of class
Tuition:   $100 members; $115 non-members
Materials:   Notebook and pen or pencil

Marie AntoinetteOne of the major time periods of European history will be the focus of this class.

These two monumental events turned Europe from the Old Regime towards the Modern Age, setting a course that had economic, social, political and cultural implications.

In these events we can see the making of our own time’s issues and concerns. What government is best: republic or monarchy, democracy or dictatorship?

About the instructor

Kosta P’Manolis taught history for over thirty years at Santa Rosa Junior College and Mendocino College. The special focus in his teaching has been European history and in particular ancient Greece. He has a personal interest and affection for Greek art and architecture.

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