European Studies

The following 2016-2017 courses count for concentration credit in the European Studies field.

In most cases, this means that at least 50% of the material in the course relates directly to the student’s field. If you find a course that you think is well-suited to your own particular course of study, but that does not appear on the list, please petition the Committee on Instruction for credit, keeping in mind the 50% guideline.

Look to the key below to determine which courses can count towards specific field requirements. Click on the requirement term to see a short list of courses that fulfill that field requirement. If you have any questions, please direct them to Assistant Director of Studies Daniel Loss.

 

Key to Requirements:

 

 

 

  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 11. [Poetry Withouth Borders]. Sandler   TL
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 16. Openings: The Illuminated Manuscript. Hamburger 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 20. Poems, Poets, Poetry. Vendler 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 21. [Virgil's Poetry and its Reception]. Thomas 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 24. First Nights: Five Performance Premieres. Kelley 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 37. Introduction to the Bible in the Humanities and the Arts. Teskey 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 41. [How and What Russia Learned to Read: The Rise of Russian Literary Culture]. Todd 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 42. [Revolution, Reform and Conservatism in Western Culture] 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 43. [Visual Culture of the Ottoman Empire Between East and West (15th-17th Centuries)]. Necipoglu-Kafadar  TH
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 49. [The Medieval Imagination: Visions, Dreams, and Prophecies]. Watson 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 51. The Cosmos of the Divine Comedy. Pertile 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 52. [Repression and Expression: Sexuality, Gender, and Language in Fin-de-siècle Literature and Art]. Burgard 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 55. Shakespeare, The Early Plays. Garber 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 56. Shakespeare, The Later Plays. Garber 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 58. Modern Art and Modernity. Lajer-Burcharth 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 59. Nazi Cinema: The Art of Propaganda. Rentschler 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 60. [Literature and Art in an Era of Crisis and Oppression: Modernism in Eastern Europe].
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 61. [The Romance: From Jane Austen to Chick Lit]. Schlossberg 
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 64. [Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales]. 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 101. [The Hero of Irish Myth and Saga]. 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 103. [The Celts]. HS 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 105. [The Folklore of Gaelic Ireland]. 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 106. The Folklore of Gaelic Scotland. Sumner 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 109. [Finn: The Great Gaelic Hero]. 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 118. [The Gaelic World: 1100-1700].  HS 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 119. [The Gaelic World: 17th Century to the Present]. HS 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 120. Food and Fantasy in Irish Tradition. Nagy 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 137. Celtic Mythology. Nagy 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 138. [The Mabinogion: Stories from Medieval Wales].   
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 184. [The Táin]. 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 187. Literature of the Dispossessed: Gaelic Ireland, c.1600-1900. Sumner TL
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 188. [Scottish Gaelic Poetry]. 
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 194. [The World of the Celtic Bard]. 
  • Classical Studies 132. Classics, Christianity, and Islam. Yolles TH
  • Comparative Literature 111. [Art and Life: from Wagnerian Opera to Reality TV]. 
  • Comparative Literature 113. [Existential Fictions: From Saint Augustine to Jean-Paul Sartre and Beyond].   TL
  • Comparative Literature 114. Mysticism and Literature. Giron Negron 
  • Comparative Literature 119. Poetry in Flux - Dance Afoot. Guedon TL
  • Comparative Literature 120. [Games - Tricks, Puns and Ploys in Literature and Culture]. Guedon.  
  • Comparative Literature 121. [From the 1001 Nights to the Arabian Nights: Adaptation, Transformation, Translation].  TL
  • Comparative LIterature 124. Catastrophe - Narratives of Extinction. Guedon
  • Comparative Literature 127. Comparative Modernisms. Ryan TL
  • Comparative Literature 129. [Reading the 18th Century Through 21st-Century Eyes].  
  • Comparative Literature 135. [History of Drama]. 
  • Comparative Literature 138. [Subversive Renaissance: Books that Changed the World]. 
  • Comparative Literature 139. Fictions of Kin and Kind. Shell 
  • Comparative Literature 147. [Why the Jews?: The Modern Jewish Experience in Literature]. 
  • Comparative Literature 157. [From Type to Self in the Middle Ages]. Giron Negron 
  • Comparative Literature 168. [The Quest for Epic: From Ariosto to Spenser and Milton].  
  • Comparative Literature 174. [Realism, Fantasy, and the Grotesque: Hoffmann and Balzac]. 
  • Comprative Literature 178. Writing Jewish Modernity. Zaritt TL
  • Comparative Literature 181. [Kafka, Coetzee and the Difficulty of Reality].   
  • Comparative Literature 184. [Imagining the City: Literature, Film, and the Arts]. 
  • Comparative Literature 193. [What's Love Got to Do With It; Love Poetry of the Middle Ages and Early Modernity].
  • Comparative Literature 207. Homer and Beyond: Theory and Comparative Methods in Studying Oral Traditions. Nagy TL 
  • Culture and Belief 14. [Human Being and the Sacred in the History of the West]. Kelly 
  • Culture and Belief 20. Reason and Faith in the West. Blair 
  • Culture and Belief 27. [Among the Nations: Jewish History in Pagan, Christian and Muslim Context]. Harris 
  • Culture and Belief 38. Apocalypse Then! Forging the Culture of Medieval Rus'. Flier 
  • Culture and Belief 42. Communism and the Politics of Culture: Czechoslovakia from World War II to the Velvet Revolution. Bolton TH TL
  • Culture and Belief 47. [The Darwinian Revolution]. 
  • Culture and Belief 50. [The European Postwar: Literature, Film, Politics]. 
  • Culture and Belief 51. Making the Middle Ages. Gilsdorf HS 
  • Culture and Belief 55. The Enlightenment. Engell 
  • Culture and Belief 56. [The Culture of Capitalism]. Puchner 
  • English 41. Arrivals: British Literature 700-1700. Simpson  TL
  • English 53. Poets: Four poets, English and Irish: Shakespeare, Marvell, Keats, Heaney. Vendler TL
  • English 64. Migrations: American Renaissance and Irish Revival. Claybaugh.   TL
  • English 90CNC. Conrad, Naipaul, Coetzee: Genealogies of the Global Imagination. Bhabha TL
  • English 90HB. Five Shakespeare Plays. Shell  
  • English 90HT. How to Read a Book. Price 
  • English 90LV. Consciousness from Austen to Woolf. Wood TL
  • English 90LW. Literature and War. Stauffer
  • English 90NB. Nabokov Novels in English. Carpio 
  • English 90QO. T.S. Eliot. Sacks TL
  • English 90YP. W.B. Yeats. Sacks 
  • English 111. Epic: From Homer to Star Wars. Whittington TL
  • English 131P. Milton's Paradise Lost. Teskey 
  • English 141. The Eighteenth-Century English Novel. Lynch 
  • English 151. Nineteenth-Century British Fiction. Price 
  • English 157. The Classic Phase of the Novel. Fisher 
  • English 158A. A History of Western Drama. Miller 
  • English 160JE. The Joyce Effect. Blum 
  • English 167BL. Post-1945 British Literature. Rich 
  • English 168D. Postwar American and British Fiction. Wood TL
  • English 183. Theatrical Realisms. Miller
  • English 188GF. Global Fictions. Rich TL
  • English 192. Political Theatre and the Structure of Drama. Scarry 
  • Ethical Reasoning 12. Political Justice and Political Trials. Maier 
  • Ethical Reasoning 28. [Moral Inquiry in the Novels of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky]. Weir 
  • Ethical Reasoning 37. [Adam & Eve]. Koerner 
  • Folklore & Mythology 106. History of Witchcraft and Charm Magic. Mitchell 
  • Folklore & Mythology 128. Fair Tale, Myth, and Fantasy Literature. Tatar 
  • French 61C. The New Wave: Reinventing French Cinema. Knudson 
  • French 61H. [Being French: Historical and Societal Considerations].
  • French 61M. Modern Stories about Paris. Knudson 
  • French 70A. Introduction to French Literature I: From the Middle Ages to Eighteenth Century. 
  • French 70C. Introduction to French Literature III: The Francophone World. Lionnet TL
  • French 90LB. [L'autre Balzac/The Other Balzac]. 
  • French 90W. ["Bad" Women in French Literature]. 
  • French 81. Imagining Elsewhere. Kim 
  • French 105. [Marie de France and Chrétien de Troyes or the Beginning of Modern Fiction].  
  • French 112. [Lyric Poetry in Medieval and Renaissance France (12th to 16th century)]. 
  • French 127. [Talking About Food]. 
  • French 128. Growing Pains: Le roman d'apprentissage, l'apprentissage du roman. Kim 
  • French 130. [Re-Imagining the Early Modern Subject]. 
  • French 136. A La Francaise: French Feminisms Today. Jardine 
  • French 139B. The 18th Century: Ethical Dilemmas. 
  • French 142. Encounters and the Face-to-Face in Early Modern France. Guyot 
  • French 144. Humanimals in Medieval French Literature. Greene 
  • French 148C. Performing in French: A Production of a Modern Tragedy. Guyot
  • French 153. The Novel after the New Novel. Kim 
  • French 157. [The Hermaphroditic Imagination]. 
  • French 166. Diasporas, Migrations, Creolizations. Lionnet TL
  • French 167. [Parisian Cityscapes: 1960-Present].  
  • French 174. [Mediterranean Crossings: Exiles, Migrants and Refugees]. TL
  • French 177. [Poetic Revolutions].  
  • French 178. Humanitarian Fictions. Richmand 
  • French 179. Francophone Literature and the Sea. Lionnet TL
  • French 180. ["The Words to Say It": Women Writing in French from Colette to Satrapi]. 
  • German 63. Germany and Europe: Heimat, Exil, Return. 
  • German 64. Environment Matters: Green Thought in the German-Speaking World.  
  • German 67. German in Revue: Kabarett through the 20th Century. 
  • German 69. Crossing Borders in 20th and 21st Century German Culture.TL
  • German 71. [German Literature from Goethe to Nietzsche]. 
  • German 72. [German Literature from Kafka to Jelinek]. 
  • German 101. German Literature, Culture, and Society. 
  • German 102. German Literature, Art, and Thought. Suetterlin 
  • German 105. [Women's Voices in German Medieval Literature].  
  • German 115. Deutsche Komödie. Parkes 
  • German 120. [Age of Goethe]. 
  • German 131. [Deutsche Romantik: Zwischen Fragmentierung und Heilung]. 
  • German 134. Understanding Beethoven. 
  • German 140. German Social Thought from Nietzsche to Habermas. 
  • German 141. Social Dynamics in Twentieth-Century Modernism. Ryan 
  • German 143. German Empires, 1848-1948. HS TH
  • German 149. [Thomas Mann: Stories of Six Decades]. Burgard 
  • German 156. [From Postwar to Postwall German Cinema].  
  • German 170. Biopolitics and Vampire, 1716-2016. Suetterlin 
  • German 172. [Hermeneutics and the Philology of the Flesh]. 
  • German 176. Staging War: Representations of Violence and Conflict in Drama and Theater].  
  • German 177. [Crime and Detection in German Narratives]. 
  • German 179. [Germany and the Greeks: Winckelmann to Heidegger].  
  • German 185. [German Lyric Poetry: Tradition and Innovation]. 
  • German 191. Engineering Texts: Avantgardes in Twentieth-Century Germany.
  • Government 94CB. The Politics of Citizenship and Naturalization. Brown TH
  • Government 94ES. New European democracies: the 2016 Spanish democratic revolution in a comparative perspective. Martinez Sierra 
  • Government 94GO. Politics of Religion in Liberal Democracies: America and the European Union. Soroka 
  • Government 94LE. [Liberalism and Empire].  TH
  • Government 1052. History and Freedom in German Idealism. Rosen 
  • Government 1152. The Future of Europe.
  • Government 1171. [The Making of Modern Politics: The Development of Democracy in Europe from the Middle Ages to the EU]. HS 
  • Government 1203. Capitalism and Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe. Ekiert 
  • Government 1243. [Russian Politics in Transition].  
  • Government 1244. Introduction to Russian Politics and Statecraft. 
  • Government 1286. Central Asia and the Caucasus: Empire and Sovereignty. Weber. TH
  • History 13H. Jewish Identity in the Modern World. Penslar TH
  • History 13J. [The British: A Cultural History]. Jasanoff HS 
  • History 13K. Understanding Beethoven. Gordon 
  • History 13M. Fascists, Communists, and Democrats: Contesting Power in Interwar Europe. McSpadden  TH
  • History 70J. [Byzantium between the Crusades and the Islamic World, c.1100-c.1450]. Angelov TH
  • History 72K. The Worlds of Joseph Conrad. Jasanoff TH
  • History 80G. [Travelers to Byzantium]. Angelov TH
  • History 82B. Fin-de-Siècle Vienna. Johnson 
  • History 82F. The Origins of the Cold War: The Yalta Conference. Plokhii TH
  • History 84E. How to Read a Book. Lepore 
  • History 88B. [Medieval History and Cinema]. Kafadar 
  • History 89A. [British Colonial Violence in the 20th Century]. Elkins TH
  • History 1020. [A Global History of Modern Time]. Maier HS TH
  • History 1022. The World of States and Empires: International History since 1500. Maier HS TH
  • History 1035. Byzantine Civilization. Angelov HS 
  • History 1055. Vengeance and the Law in Medieval Europe. Smail 
  • History 1060. [Europe and Its Borders, 950-1550]. Smail HS TH
  • History 1119. The Silk Road: Recentering World History from Alexander the Great to Osama bin Laden. Afinogenov HS TH
  • History 1144. The Renaissance in Florence. Hankins 
  • History 1155. Early Modern Europe, 1450-1789. Tworek HS 
  • History 1206. [Empire, Nation, and Immigration in France since 1870]. Lewis HS TH
  • History 1265. German Empires, 1848-1948. Johnson HS TH
  • History 1266. [Central Europe, 1789-1918: Empires, Nations, States]. Johnson HS TH
  • History 1270. Frontiers of Europe: Ukraine since 1500. Plokhii HS TH
  • History 1280. History of the Soviet Union, 1917-1991. Martin HS 
  • History 1281. The End of Communism. MartinTH
  • History 1290. The History of the Russian Empire. O'Neill HS TH
  • History 1301. [Western Intellectual History II: The Prehistory of Modern Thought]. Hankins HS 
  • History 1318. [History of the Book and of Reading]. Blair 
  • History 1323. German Social Thought, Nietzsche to Habermas. Gordon 
  • History 1324. French Social Thought, Durkheim to Foucault. Gordon 
  • History 1462. History of Sexuality in the Modern West. Cott 
  • History 1878B. [Ottoman State and Society II (1550-1920)]. Kafadar HS TH
  • History 1905. The Mediated Book: Texts, Writers, and Readers in Early Modern Britain and Early America. Hall TH
  • History 1909. East  European Identities: Russia and Ukraine. Plokhii  TH
  • History 1925. [Europe and its Other(s)]. Herzog TH
  • History 1929. Slavery, Commerce, and Emancipation in the Age of the French and Haitian Revolutions. Lewis TH
  • History 1960. The European Union: Achievements and Crises. Maier TH
  • History & Literature 90BA. England After Empire. White TH TL
  • History & Literature 90BO. Sports and Empire. Loss TH TL
  • History & Literature 90BQ. Early Modern Encounters. Tworek TH TL
  • History & Literature 90BX. World War I in Fiction, Film, Poetry, and Memoir. Kaminsky TH TL
  • History & Literature 90CC. Boundaries, Borders, Bodies. Gharavi TH TL
  • History & Literature 90CNC. Poverty, Wealth, and Religion in the Middle Ages. FitzGerald TH TL
  • History of Art & Architecture 65. Baroque Art. Connors 
  • History of Art & Architecture 122X. [Architecture in Early Modern Mediterranean]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 143R. [The Art of the Court of Constantinople]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 144M. [Hagia Sophia: Space and Ceremony]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 147M. [The Book of Hours: Pictures and Prayer in the Middle Ages]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 151V. [Venice]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 157K. [The Age of Albrecht Durer: Prints and Drawings at Harvard]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 161G. Francisco de Goya: Art as Testimony, the Artist as Witness. Pereda 
  • History of Art & Architecture 161V. [Rome: Eternal City]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 162P. The Great Debate on Images: Zurich to Guadalupe. Pereda TH
  • History of Art & Architecture 168V. [The Vatican]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 170M. Manet to Man Ray. Gough 
  • History of Art & Architecture 172X. [Vienna Interior]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 174S. [Body Image in French Visual Culture: 18th and 19th Century]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 194W. [Worlds Fairs]. 
  • History of Art & Architecture 195E. Africa and Europe: Histories of Exchange. Blier 
  • History of Science 118. Instruments and the Material Culture of Science in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1800. Gauvin 
  • History of Science 166. [What is Enlightenment?: Science, Religion, and the Making of Modernity]. 
  • Humanities 10A. A Humanities Colloquium: From Homer to Garcia Marquez. Menand 
  • Humanities 10B. A Humanities Colloquium: From Joyce to Homer. Greenblatt 
  • Humanities 11A. Frameworks: The Art of Looking. Roberts 
  • Humanities 11B. Frameworks: The Art of Listening. Rehding 
  • Humanities 11C. [Frameworks: The Art of Reading]. Puett 
  • Humanities 12. Essential Works in World Literature. Damrosch 
  • Humanities 52. [Human History]. 
  • Italian 70. A Panorama of Italian Literature (1300-present). Axelrod 
  • Italian 80. Visions of Poetry. Muri-Rosenthal 
  • Italian 85. From the Book to the Kitchen Table. DiFabio 
  • Italian 103. [Italian Travels].  TL
  • Italian 104. [Effetto Commedia: What Makes Italians Laugh?].
  • Italian 110. [Italian Mysteries]. 
  • Italian 114. Italian Cinema Bucket List. Muri-Rosenthal
  • Italian 115. [Italian Cinema and the Poetics of Refuse]. 
  • Italian 119. [Gender and Italian Cinema].
  • Italian 129. [Italy 2.0: Culture as a Source of Social and Economic Value]. 
  • Italian 132. [Deconstructing Rome].  
  • Italian 133. Italy: The Seven Deadly Sins.
  • Italian 137. Boccaccio's 'Io' from Novella to Encyclopedia. Axelrod 
  • Italian 141. [Renaissance Epic: War, Identity, Desire]. 
  • Italian 142. [The Italian Renaissance: Beauty, Power, Innovation].  
  • Italian 151. Women of Modern Italy. Lolla 
  • Italian 172. Made in Italy: Italian Fashion Through the Ages. Lolla 
  • Italian 180. [Making Italians: Poetry and Novel in the 19th Century].  
  • Italian 184. [Storytelling and The City: The Narrative Foundations of the Creative Economy]. 
  • Jewish History 111. Modern Jewish Thought Seminar: Messianic Eschatology and Apocalyptic Time from Cohen to Levinas. Wolfson 
  • Medieval Studies 107. [Authority and Invention: Medieval Art and Architecture]. 
  • Medieval Studies 110. [Mapping the Slavlands: Central Europe in the Middle Ages]. HS TH
  • Medieval Studies 117. English Legal History, 600-1600. Kamali 
  • Medieval Studies 119. [Constitutional and Legal History of Medieval Continental Europe]. 
  • Philosophy 117. [Medieval Philosophy].
  • Philosophy 120. The Rationalists. McDonough 
  • Philosophy 124. Early Modern Metaphysics and Its Critics. Schechtman
  • Philosophy 125. [Beyond Dualism: Descartes and his Critics].  
  • Philosophy 132. Marx and Marxism. Shelby 
  • Philosophy 187. [Aesthetics]. 
  • Philosophy 188. Philosophy and Literature: Proust. Moran 
  • Portuguese 123A. [Portuguese Literary Studies I].
  • Portuguese 123B. [Portuguese Literary Studies II]. 
  • Portuguese 145. [Transatlantic Africa and Brazil].  TL
  • Portuguese 182. [The Worlds of Camões]. 
  • Religion 1430. [History of Western Christianity, 400-1300].  HS 
  • Religion 1434. History of Western Christianity, 150-1100. Madigan HS 
  • Religion 1437. History of Western Christianity: 1100-1500. Madigan HS 
  • Religion 1450. [History of Christian Thought: The Medieval West].  
  • Religion 1529. The Holocaust and the Churches, 1933-45. Madigan 
  • Romance Studies 109. The Global Game: Soccer, Politics, and Popular Culture. Erspamer 
  • Romance Studies 111. [The World of Romance Language Cinemas: A Classical Age]. Conley TL
  • Romance Studies 113. Visceral Iberia: Gender, Affect and Embodiment in Modern and Contemporary Culture. Ceia
  • Romance Studies 148. Love, Knowledge and Debate in the Middle Ages: The Roman de la rose and Libro de buen amor. Greene 
  • Russian 113. Advanced Russian: Readings in Russian Literature. Pokrovsky 
  • Russian 114. Advanced Russian: Russian Cultural Self-Images and National "Mentality". Pokrovsky 
  • Scandinavian 50. [Becoming Scandinavia: Introduction to Scandinavian History and Identity].  HS 
  • Scandinavian 55. One Hundred Years of Scandinavian Cinema. Broome 
  • Scandinavian 150R. [The Vikings and the Nordic Heroic Tradition]. 
  • Scandinavian 160A. [Old Norse Language, Literature, and Culture: The Viking Legacy]. 
  • Scandinavian 175. [Beyond 'Sex, Suicide and Socialism': Scandinavia past the Stereotypes].  
  • Slavic 129. Russia and the Representation of Race. Kunichika TL
  • Slavic 141. [Russian Drama and Performance]. Buckler 
  • Slavic 142. [Russian and Soviet Avant-Gard Theater].
  • Slavic 145. Russian Literature in Translation: The 19th-Century Tradition. Kotsyuba 
  • Slavic 147. [Soviet Film After Stalin]. 
  • Slavic 148. Strange Russian Writers. Sandler 
  • Slavic 150. [Moscow and St. Petersburg]. Buckler 
  • Slavic 151. Gogol. Todd 
  • Slavic 152. [Pushkin]. Todd 
  • Slavic 155. [Dostoevsky]. Todd 
  • Slavic 156. [Nabokov:  A Cross-Cultural Perspective after the Cold War].  TL
  • Slavic 157. [Some Versions of Russian Pastoral].  
  • Slavic 159. [War and Peace]. Weir 
  • Slavic 166. [Russian-Ukrainian Literary Relations in the 19th Century].    TL
  • Slavic 167. [Revolutionary Ukraine: Between the Russian Revolution and the Euromaidan of 2014].  TL
  • Slavic 168. Post-Soviet and Post-Modernist Ukrainian Literature. Grabowicz 
  • Slavic 169. [20th-Century Ukraine: Literature, Arts, and Society].   
  • Slavic 170. War and Literature: Responses to WWII in Polish Culture. Kremer TL
  • Slavic 173. [Polish Romanticism].  
  • Slavic 174A. Miłosz and America. Kremer TL
  • Slavic 180. [Russian Symbolist Poetry]. 
  • Slavic 181. [Russian Poetry of the 19th Century]. 
  • Slavic 182. Problems in 20th-Century Poetry. Malmstad TL
  • Slavic 183. [Reading Anna Karenina]. 
  • Slavic 184. [The Catastrophic Imagination: Russian Literature in the Age of Revolution].   
  • Slavic 185. 18th-Century Russian Literature. Khitrova 
  • Slavic 186. [Poetry after Brodsky: How Russian Is It?]. Sandler TL
  • Slavic 187. [Global Voices: Russian Literature Today].   TL
  • Slavic 188. [Eugene Onegin]. 
  • Slavic 191. Russian Orthodoxy. Freeze 
  • Slavic 192. [Literature as Institutions]. Todd 
  • Slavic 193. Russian and Soviet Silent Film. Khitrova 
  • Slavic 194. [The Austro-Hungarian Grotesque].  TL
  • Slavic 195. East Central European Novel after World War II. Bolton TL
  • Slavic 197. Dissidents from Plato to Pussy Riot. Bolton TH TL
  • Slavic 198. [Czech Literary Culture after World War II].  TL
  • Slavic 199HFA. Russian Culture in Performance. Buckler.  
  • Slavic 199HFB. Russian Culture in Performance. Buckler.  
  • Social Studies 98OX. Fascism and the Far Right in Europe. Ziblatt 
  • Social Studies 98PL. Empire and Colonialism in the Modern World. Grant TH
  • Societies of the World 14. [The British Empire]. Jasanoff HS TH
  • Societies of the World 18. Europe on Trial: Retribution, Renewal and Reconicliation Since 1945. Lewis 
  • Societies of the World 28. [Exploration and Empire Building]. O'Neill TH
  • Societies of the World 35. Conditional Equality: The Case of the Jews of Europe in Modern Times. Harris  TH
  • Societies of the World 41. [Medieval Europe]. McCormick HS 
  • Societies of the World 52. Russia in Global Perspective. Buckler HS TH
  • Societies of the World 53. The Fall of the Roman Empire. McCormick HS
  • Sociology 196. Multiculturalism and Integration in Europe and Beyond. May
  • Spanish 70A. [Heroes, Rogues, Lovers, Rebels, Saints: Voices from Medieval and Early Modern Spain]. 
  • Spanish 70C. [Tales of Two Spains: A Survey of Spanish Modern Literature and Culture (18th to 21st centuries)]. 
  • Spanish 70D. Beyond the Frame: An Introduction to Spanish Cinema. Ceia 
  • Spanish 80GR. [How To Do Things With Grammar: The Poet in Love and War]. 
  • Spanish 83. Sampling Media: Narratives of Identity in Contemporary Spain. Ceia 
  • Spanish 109. [Displacing Spain: Workshop on 20th and 21st-Century Transatlantic Poetry].   TL
  • Spanish 112. [You Will Win, But You Won't Convince: Discussing the Spanish Civil War]. 
  • Spanish 113. Visceral Spain: Gender, Affect and Embodiment in Contemporary Spanish Culture. Ceia 
  • Spanish 117. Kingmakers, Dangerous Grandmothers and Inconsolable Prostitutes: Women in Conquest Narratives. Vega Olmedo TL
  • Spanish 120. [Medieval Spain in the Poem of the Cid].  
  • Spanish 122. [Figures and Fictions of Venture Capital and the Law in the Spanish Conquest]. TH TL
  • Spanish 124. Don Quixote and the Art of Reading. Gaylord TL
  • Spanish 125. [The New Art of Telling Stories in Spanish: Cervantes's Novelas Ejemplares and Other Short Fiction]. 
  • Spanish 171. Barcelona and the Catalan Culture. Dasca Batalla TL
  • Spanish 179. [Regarding the Pain of Spain].
  • Swedish BBR. Special Topics in Swedish Literature and Culture: Migration and Identity. TL
  • Theater, Dance, and Media 168X. [Contemporary Theatre in Europe].   
  • Visual and Environmental Studies 192. Cinema and French Culture from 1896 to the Present. Conley.  
  • Visual and Environmental Studies 193. [Fortunes of a Genre: The Western]. Conley TL
  • Women, Gender, and Sexuality 1213. One Is Not Born, But Rather Becomes…: Intellectual History of Feminism in France, 1946-2016. Jardine 
  • Yiddish 115. The Yiddish Short Story: Folk Tales, Monologues, and Post-Apocalyptic Parables. Zaritt TL