European Studies by Requirement

Survey courses in European history

 

 

  • French 82D. French Colonial Encounters. Lewis. 
  • German 143. German History: A User's Guide. Frank Johnson.
  • History 1004. Modern Europe, 1789 to the Present. Heelan.
  • History 1024. The British Empire. Jasanoff.
  • 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 1240. Artifacts of the Russian Empire. Duncan Smith.
  • History 1265. German History: A User's Guide. Frank Johnson.
  • History 1270. Frontiers of Europe: Ukraine since 1500. Plokhii.
  • History 1980. The Soviet Empire, 1917-1991. Martin.
  • History 1981. The End of the Russian Empire. Martin.
  • Medieval Studies 109. Poverty, Wealth, and Religion in the Middle Ages. FitzGerald.
  • Medieval Studies 111. Sex, Love, and Marriage in the Middle Ages. Gilsdorf.

 

 

History courses that explore transnational, multicultural, or multilingual topics

 

 

  • History 12G. Atlantic Slave Wars. Brown.
  • History 82D. French Colonial Encounters: 1870s to Present. Lewis.
  • History 1024. The British Empire. Jasanoff.
  • History 1206. Empire, Nation, and Immigration in France since 1870. Lewis.
  • History 1240. Artifacts of the Russian Empire. Duncan Smith.
  • History 1265. German History: A User's Guide. Frank Johnson.
  • History 1270. Frontiers of Europe: Ukraine since 1500. Plokhii.
  • History 1947. The Imperial Map: Geographic Information in the Age of Empire. O'Neill.
  • History 1980. The Soviet Empire, 1917-1991. Martin.
  • History & Literature 90DZ. Too Soon? Comedy in Europe's Tragic Twentieth Century. Brackney.
  • History & Literature 90EL. France and its "Others": Race, Nation, and Identity in (Post)Imperial Society. Boonstra.
  • History & Literature 90EM. Empire and Archive in the Colonial Americas. Niles.

 

Literature courses that explore transnational, multicultural, or multilingual topics

 

 

  • 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 171. Counter-Imperialism and Asian-African Literatures. Lienau.
  • Comparative Literature 188. Futurisms (a comparative history. Schnapp.
  • English 90DK. A Divided Kingdom: Nation, Race, and Belonging in Postwar Britain. Rich.
  • English 90LV. Consciousness from Austen to Woolf. Wood.
  • English 90MR. Race and Religion in Medieval Literature. Wilson.
  • French 181. France-North Africa, Encounters in Literature and Film: Cultures of Protest and Violence. Conley.
  • History & Literature 90DZ. Too Soon? Comedy in Europe's Tragic Twentieth Century. Brackney.
  • History & Literature 90EL. France and its "Others": Race, Nation, and Identity in (Post)Imperial Society. Boonstra.
  • History & Literature 90EM. Empire and Archive in the Colonial Americas. Niles.
  • Romance Studies 168. Futurisms (A Comparative History). Schnapp.
  • Slavic 133. Modernist Journeys. Skakov.
  • Slavic 182. The Political Novel. Bolton. 
  • Yiddish 107. The Politics of Yiddish. Zaritt.

 

 

Pre-1900 Courses in European Studies

 

 

 

  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 109. Finn: The Great Gaelic Hero. Sumner.
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 110. The Celtic Arthur. Nagy.
  • Celtic Languages and Literatures 138. The Mabinogion: Stories from Medieval Wales. McKenna.
  • Comparative Literature 129. Singing Love and Horror Stories: Opera and Greek Mythology. Piechocki and Cortese.
  • Comparative Literature 193. What's Love Got to Do with It? Love Poetry of the Middle Ages and Early Modernity. Giron Negron.
  • English 40. Arrivals: British Literature, 700-1700. Donoghue.
  • English 45. Arrivals: British Literature, 700-1700. Wilson.
  • English 90HB. Five Shakespeare Plays. Shell.
  • English 90KA. The Brontës. Scarry.
  • English 90MR. Race and Religion in Medieval Literature. Wilson.
  • English 90SW. Shakespeare's Women. Garber.
  • English 102C. Introduction to Old English: Inside the Early Medieval English Classroom. Donoghue and Shack.
  • English 103R. Advanced Old English: Riddles. Donoghue.
  • English 131P. Milton's Paradise Lost. Teskey.
  • English 141. When Novels Were New. Lynch.
  • Folklore & Mythology 168. Magic and Faith in Medieval Medicine. TBA.
  • French 80. French Theater across Time: An Introduction to Performance. Guyot.
  • French 142. Encounters and the Face-to-Face in Early Modern France. Guyot.
  • French 147. Inventions of Liberty: Enlightenment and Its Shadows, 1700-1789. Conley.
  • French 173. Turmoil and Bliss: Poetry in France (1490-1530). Conley.
  • Gen Ed 1090. What Is a Book?. Stern.
  • Gen Ed 1034. Texts in Transition. Blair and Whittington.
  • Government 2072. Rousseau's Political Thought. Tuck.
  • History 12G. Atlantic Slave Wars. Brown.
  • History 13K. Understanding Beethoven. Gordon and Rehding.
  • History 80G. Travelers to Byzantium. Angelov. 
  • History 1035. Byzantine Civilization. Angelov.
  • History 1144. The Renaissance in Florence. Hankins.
  • History 1155. Early Modern Europe, 1450-1789. Blair.
  • History 1240. Artifacts of the Russian Empire. Duncan Smith.
  • History 1270. Frontiers of Europe: Ukraine since 1500. Plokhii.
  • History of Art & Architecture 45M. Medieval Media. Hamburger.
  • History of Art & Architecture 56G. Spanish Golden Age Painting: Truth and Deceit. Pereda.
  • History of Art & Architecture 138M. From Byzantium to the British Isles: The Materiality of Late Antiquity. Georganteli.
  • History of Art & Architecture 142P. Architecture through the Ages: Notre-Dame-de-Paris. Hamburger.
  • History of Art & Architecture 144M. Hagia Sophia: Architecture, Space and Ceremony. Kalavrezou.
  • History of Art & Architecture 157K. The Age of Albrecht Dürer. Koerner.
  • History of Art & Architecture 161G. Francisco de Goya. Pereda.
  • History of Art & Architecture 177K. Art After State Violence: The Paris Commune & Its Repression. Gough.
  • History of Science 100. Knowing the World: An Introduction to the History of Science. Marcus and Wilson.
  • Italian 116. Renaissance Revolutions. Erspamer.
  • Italian 141. Epic Wars: Heroic Stories from Homer to the Renaissance. Erspamer.
  • Italian 162. What Is Time? Erspamer.
  • Medieval Greek 115. Introduction to Byzantine Greek. Riehle.
  • Medieval Latin 10. Introduction to Medieval Latin Literature. Trettel.
  • Medieval Latin 121. Latin Literature 1300-1600 CE. Trettel.
  • Medieval Latin 123. Augustine, De civitate dei. Trettel.
  • Medieval Studies 109. Poverty, Wealth, and Religion in the Middle Ages. FitzGerald.
  • Medieval Studies 111. Sex, Love, and Marriage in the Middle Ages. Gilsdorf.
  • Medieval Studies 117. English Legal History, 600-1600. Kamali.
  • Music 192RR. Topics in Music from 1600-1800. Van Orden and Guyot.
  • Philosophy 8. Self and the World: An Introduction to Early Modern Philosophy. Simmons.
  • Philosophy 125. Beyond Dualism: Descartes and His Critics. Simmons.
  • Slavic 116. The Russian Novel. Buckler. 
  • Slavic 125. Modern Russian: The Back Story. Flier.
  • Slavic 157. Tolstory. Buckler.
  • Slavic 185. 18th-Century Russian Literature: Seminar. Khitrova.