European Studies by Requirement

Survey courses in European history

Celtic Languages and Literatures 103. [The Celts]. McKenna.

Culture and Belief 51. Making the Middle Ages. Smail.

German 143. [German Empires, 1848-1948]. TBA.

History 1004. Modern Europe, 1789 to the Present. Heelan.

History 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 1035. Byzantine Civilization. Angelov.

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

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.

Societies of the World 14. The British Empire. Jasanoff.

 

History courses that explore transnational, multicultural, or multilingual topics

Culture and Belief 42. Communism and the Politics of Culture: Czechoslovakia from World War II to the Velvet Revolution. Bolton.

German 143. [German Empires, 1848-1948]. TBA.

History 13W. Nazi Germany and the Holocaust. Bloch.

History 13X. Europe and Its Others: From the Enlightenment to the European Union. Bloch.

History 13Z. Liberty and Slavery: The British Empire and the American Revolution. Pellizzari.

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

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 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 1053. After Catastrophe: Europe Since 1945. Bloch.

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 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 & Literature 90BA. England After Empire. White.

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

History & Literature 90BX. World War I in Fiction, Film, Poetry, and Memoir. Kaminsky and Biel.

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 14. The British Empire. Jasanoff.

Societies of the World 35. Conditional Equality: The Case of the Jews of Europe in Modern Times. Harris.

 

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 107. The Politics of Yiddish. Zaritt.

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

Comparative Literature 127. [Comparative Modernisms]. TBA.

Comparative Literature 133. Shakespeare and the Globe. Shell.

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

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

Culture and Belief 42. Communism and the Politics of Culture: Czechoslovakia from World War II to the Velvet Revolution. Bolton.

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

English 111. Epic: From Homer to Star Wars. Whittington.

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

English 188GF. Global Fictions. Rich.

French 70C. Introduction to French Literature III: The Francophone World. Lionnet.

French 176. World Literature, Postcolonial Studies, Francophonie and Creolization: Reading in Context. Lionnet.

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

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

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

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

History & Literature 90BX. World War I in Fiction, Film, Poetry, and Memoir. Kaminsky and Biel.

Portuguese 145. Transatlantic Africa and Brazil. Blackmore.

Romance Studies 168. Futurisms (A Comparative History). TBA.

Slavic 154. [Nabokov]. TBA.

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

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

Slavic 175. [Introduction to Polish Culture]. Kremer.

Slavic 182. Political Novel. Bolton.

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

Slavic 195. East Central European Literature after World War II. Bolton.

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

Slavic 198. [Czech Literary Culture after World War II]. Bolton.

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

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

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

Yiddish 107. The Politics of Yiddish. Zaritt.