European Studies by Requirement

Survey courses in European history

Celtic Languages and Literatures 103. The Celts. McKenna.

German 143. German Empires, 1848-1948. Johnson.

History 1007. War, State, and Society. Penslar.

History 1011. [The World of the Roman Empire]. Dench.

History 1020. [A Global History of Modern Time]. Maier.

History 1022. [The World of States and Empires: International History since 1500]. Maier.

History 1035. [Byzantine Civilization]. Angelov.

History 1155. Early Modern Europe, 1450-1789. Blair.

History 1206. Empire, Nation, and Immigration in France since 1870. Lewis.

History 1265. German Empires, 1848-1948. Johnson.

History 1270. Frontiers of Europe: Ukraine since 1500. Plokhii.

History 1280. History of the Soviet Union, 1917-1991. Martin.

History 1290. The History of the Russian Empire. O'Neill.

History 1301. [Western Intellectual History II: The Prehistory of Modern Thought]. Hankins.

History 13J. [The British: A Cultural History]. Jasanoff.

History 1878A. Ottoman State and Society I (1300-1550). Kafadar.

History 1878B. [Ottoman State and Society II (1550-1920)]. Kafadar.

Religion 1434. History of Western Christianity, 150-1100. Madigan.

Religion 1437. History of Western Christianity: 1100-1500. Madigan.

Societies of the World 41. Medieval Europe: History, Archaeology, and Archaeoscience. McCormick.


 

History courses that explore transnational, multicultural, or multilingual topics

Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding 43. [Visual Culture of the Ottoman Empire Between East and West (15th-17th Centuries)]. Necipoglu-Kafadar.

German 143. German Empires, 1848-1948. Johnson.

Government 94LE. Liberalism and Empire. Welch.

Histoy 1007. War, State, and Society. Penslar.

History 1020. [A Global History of Modern Time]. Maier.

History 1022. [The World of States and Empires: International History since 1500]. Maier.

History 1206. Empire, Nation, and Immigration in France since 1870. Lewis.

History 1265. German Empires, 1848-1948. Johnson.

History 1270. Frontiers of Europe: Ukraine since 1500. Plokhii.

History 1281. [The End of Communism]. Martin.

History 1284. Revolutionary Eurasia, 1905-1949. Martin.

History 1290. The History of the Russian Empire. O'Neill.

History 14A. The Medieval Mediterranean: Conflict and Unity, Tradition and Innovation. Adem.

History 14D. From the Belle Époque to the Third Reich: Culture and Aesthetics in France and Germany, 1880-1945. Heelan.

History 1878A. Ottoman State and Society I (1300-1550). Kafadar.

History 1878B. [Ottoman State and Society II (1550-1920)]. Kafadar.

History 1905. The Mediated Book: Texts, Writers, and Readers in Early Modern Britain and Early America. Hall.

History 1909. [East  European Identities: Russia and Ukraine]. Plokhii.

History 1925. [Europe and its Other(s)]. Herzog.

History 1929. [Slavery, Commerce, and Emancipation in the Age of the French and Haitian Revolutions]. Lewis.

History 1960. The European Union: Achievements and Crises. Maier.

History 70J. [Byzantium between the Crusades and the Islamic World, c.1100-c.1450]. Angelov.

History 72K. [The Worlds of Joseph Conrad]. Jasanoff.

History 80G. [Travelers to Byzantium]. Angelov.

History 82F. The Origins of the Cold War: The Yalta Conference. Plokhii.

History 89A. British Colonial Violence in the 20th Century. Elkins.

History & Literature 90BA. England After Empire. White.

History & Literature 90BO. Sports and Empire. Loss.

History & Literature 90DC. Colonialism as Madness. Bhattacharyya.

History & Literature 90DD. Women at War in France and in the Colonies. Sevcik.

History of Art & Architecture 198M. Native Books, Images and Things in 16th & 17th Century New Spain and Peru. Cummins.

Slavic 197. The Power of the Powerless: Dissidents in Philosophy, Literature and Film. Bolton.

Social Studies 98PL. Empire and Colonialism in the Modern World. Grant.

Societies of the World 42. The World Wars and Global Transformation, 1900-1950. Maier.

Women, Gender, and Sexuality 1200FH. "Who Run the World?" Feminism in the Age of Empire. Mitra.

 

Literature courses that explore transnational, multicultural, or multilingual topics

Celtic Languages and Literatures 187. [Literature of the Dispossessed: Gaelic Ireland, c.1600-1900]. TBA.

Comparative Literature 113. [Existential Fictions: From Saint Augustine to Jean-Paul Sartre and Beyond]. TBA.

Comparative Literature 119. Poetry in Flux - Dance Afoot. Guedon.

Comparative Literature 127. [Comparative Modernisms]. TBA.

Comparative Literature 133. [Shakespeare Shakes the Globe]. TBA.

Comparative Literature 180. Bargaining with the Devil: the Faust Legend. Hamilton.

Comparative Literature 188. Futurisms: A Comparative History. Schnapp.

English 183ED. Poetry, Exile and Displacement. Sacks.

English 188GF. Global Fictions. Rich.

English 90LV. Consciousness from Austen to Woolf. Wood.

English 90M&M. Monsters and Marvels. TBA.

English 90QO. T.S. Eliot. Sacks.

French 174. Mediterranean Crossings: Exiles, Migrants and Refugees. Conley.

German 176. [Staging War: Representations of Violence and Conflict in Drama and Theater]. TBA.

German 180. Bargaining with the Devil: the Faust Legend. Hamilton.

German 69. Crossing Borders in 20th and 21st Century German Culture. Horakova.

History & Literature 90BA. England After Empire. White.

History & Literature 90BO. Sports and Empire. Loss.

History & Literature 90DC. Colonialism as Madness. Bhattacharyya.

History & Literature 90DD. Women at War in France and in the Colonies. Sevcik.

History of Art & Architecture 198M. Native Books, Images and Things in 16th & 17th Century New Spain and Peru. Cummins.

Italian 145. Finding Home: Centuries of Migration in Italian Literature. Axelrod.

Slavic 154. Nabokov. Weir.

Slavic 166. [Russian-Ukrainian Literary Relations in the 19th Century]. Grabowicz.

Slavic 170. [War and Literature: Responses to WWII in Polish Culture]. Kremer.

Slavic 174A. [Miłosz and America]. TBA.

Slavic 175. Introduction to Polish Culture. Kremer.

Slavic 182. Political Novel. Bolton.

Slavic 186. [Poetry after Brodsky: How Russian Is It?]. Sandler.

Slavic 197. The Power of the Powerless: Dissidents in Philosophy, Literature and Film. Bolton.

Spanish 109. [Displacing Spain: Workshop on 20th and 21st-Century Transatlantic Poetry]. Aguirre-Oteiza.

Spanish 128. Encounters in the Atlantic: Transnational Relations Between Spain and Hispanic America. TBA.

Spanish 171. Barcelona and the Catalan Culture. Dasca Batalla.

Swedish BBR. Special Topics in Swedish Literature and Culture: Migration and Identity. TBA.

Visual and Environmental Studies 193. Fortunes of a Genre: The Western. Conley.