College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
International Studies

Europe

EC 348 - Economic History of Europe
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EN 381 - Modern British Literature
Specific courses focusing on extensive study of one or two major writers, their lives, their art and their development. Open to juniors and seniors.

FR 320 - Topics in French and Francophone Cultures
Study of a selected theme, period or topic in French or Francophone culture through a variety of cultural materials. Literature, film, and other media. Prerequisite: FR 305 or FR 310.

FR 345 - France and the Francophone World: 1900 to present
A survey of France and the Francophone world in the 20th century through the study of literature and other cultural material. Prerequisite: FR 305 or FR 310.

FR 465 - 20th Century French Novel
Study of the evolution of the French novel in the 20th century. Analysis of important novels. Lectures, reading assignments, class discussions, videos and recordings. Prerequisite: three years of college French or equivalent.

FR 475 - 20th Century French Drama
Study of the evolution of the French drama in the 20th century. Analysis of important plays. Lectures, reading assignments, class discussions, videos and recordings. Prerequisite: three years of college French or equivalent.

GR 340 - Germany 1871 to the Present
Through the use of various selected reading and audiovisual materials study the history, literature, and arts of Germany from 1871 to the present. Prerequisite: Two years of college German or placement at the 300 level.

GR 342 - Major Trends in Modern German Literature
Investigation of current underlying modern art and literature from Nietzsche to the present. Prerequisite: two years of college German or placement at the 300 level.

GR 475 - Seminar in 20th Century German Literature
A study of recent and contemporary writing, including social and political background, intellectual currents and stylistic innovations. Individual study. Prerequisite: three years of college German or equivalent.

HS 308 - England Since 1714
The English people under aristocracy and democracy to the present.

HS 317 - Russian Revolution and Soviet Russia
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HS 318 - Modern Germany
A survey of German culture, society and the state from the Napoleonic Era to the founding of the post-war Germanies.

HS 319 - Contemporary Germany: Division and Reunification
Division and Reunification-Examines German politics, culture and society from the end of World War II to the present. Topics include denazification, the Cold War, The Berlin Wall, socialism and capitalism in the two Germanies, protest movements and reunification.

HS 329-330 - Twentieth Century-European History
An examination of European politics and society from 1900 to the present. Topics include the outbreak of the Great War, the Russian Revolution, Nazism and fascism, World War II, the Holocaust, the reconstruction of Europe, the Cold War, European integration and Europe today.

HS 362 - European Ideas since the Enlightenment
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PO 370 - Governments of Europe
An analysis and comparison of the political processes, policies and ideologies of several governments in Western and Eastern Europe. Prerequisite: PO 151 or consent of instructor.

PO 391 - Russian Politics
Political institutions, processes and issues in Russia, with consideration of the political history of the former Soviet Union, the reforms of Gorbachev, the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the processes of transition from state socialism to capitalism and from authoritarianism to democracy. Prerequisite: PO 151 or permission of instructor.

PO 392 - The Transition from Communism in East-Central Europe
The rise and fall of communism in Eastern Europe and the politics of transition to democracy and market-based economies. Includes consideration of post-Cold War international politics and alliance systems. Prerequisite: PO 151 or permission of instructor.

RL 390 - Peoples and Faiths of Russia and its Neighbors
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SO 333 - European Societies
The European Union: Acquaints the student with the process of European integration. Provides an introduction to the organization and functioning of the European Union and interprets the meaning of this process within the global context. The major topics we will address include: the history of the European Integration, government and politics of the European Union, the institutional mechanisms of integration, the socioeconomic and political consequences of an integrated Europe, and the European Union/United States relations. Prerequisite: SO 101 or any Introduction to Social Sciences course.

SO 481 - Model European Union
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SP 340 - Spain: 1700 to present
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SP 440 - Contemporary Spanish Studies
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