For the francophiles out there, France from 1871-present at Yale is free and online - https://oyc.yale.edu/history/hist-276 (in English).
I went to the course list. Now I'm watching the Roman Architecture course.
Thank you so much for posting!
Most welcome! Enjoy!!
What--no "Epidemics in Western Society since 1600"?
Thanks for the link, we are enjoying the lecture
I just wish they offered something earlier, I lose interest after about 1500. Game Theory, however, looks interesting.
I've been intrigued by the Introduction to Ancient Greek History CLCV205 but although I can get it unpacked I stumble because it wants Flash or Quicktime, both of which are now unsupported software.
How are others seeing their lessons? Any hints...
@Nigel - are you using Google Chrome? I had no issue unpacking that zip file.
yes, Chrome. I got it unpacked OK but when I try to click on the lecture is when I get stuck.
Nigel, I use Chrome a lot and sometimes run into a website requiring Flash. I click on the small lock icon immediately to the left of the URL, and I get a pop-up block where I have the option to allow Flash.
I haven't tried to watch any of the Yale lectures, though.
Brad, I took a game theory class in grad school. It was very interesting.
I know I sound like a broken record, but I enjoyed the Roman Architecture course so much that I've scuttled my Loire Valley/Extremadura of Spain vacation plans, and now I'm working on a trip to Naples, Pompeii, et al - maybe even back to Rome!
Interesting that the Yale course (see the OP) starts with French history from 1871 to the present; and we've recently had a topic posted noting that this year is the 150th year since the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71.
Thank youy so much! Has been very enjoyable and packed full of information
@Kent -- yes, it's as though it was what was going on in 1870 set the stage for the modern structure of European relations (to put it diplomatically).