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The following courses, offered in the Spring Semester 2016, may be used to fulfill requirements of the major in European Studies.

CINEMA & MEDIA ARTS  
Cinema & Media Arts 3892 Cinema in Dark Times: The Twentieth Century of Billy Wilder and Roman Polanski
EUROPEAN STUDIES   
European Studies 2203 The Idea of Europe
European Studies 2208 Conspiracy Theories and Rumors in European and U.S. History
ECONOMICS  
Economics 3160 Economic History of Europe
Economics 3610 International Finance
ENGLISH  
English 1111-04 First-Year Writing Seminar: Women and Power in Shakespearean Drama
English 1111-10 First-Year Writing Seminar: Shakespeare's Legacy
English 2310 Representative British Writers
English 3310 Anglo-Saxon Language and Literature
English 3316 Medieval Literature
English 3340W Shakespeare: Representative Selections
English 3346 Seventeenth-Century Literature
English 3348 Milton
English 3370 The Bible in Literature
English 3610 The Romantic Period
FRENCH  
French 2614 Advanced Conversational French
French 3101 Texts and Contexts: Middle Ages to the Enlightenment
French 3102 Texts and Contexts: Revolution to the Present
French 3111 French for Business
French 4430 Jews and Arab-Muslims in France
French 4432 French Intellectual History
GERMAN  
German 2321 Conversation and Composition: Contemporary Culture
German 2342 German Culture and Literature
German 2444 German Fairy Tales: From Brothers Grimm to Walt Disney
HISTORY  
History 1360 Western Civilization since 1700
History 1470 History of Geographical Exploration 
History 1520  Science and the Sea
History 1580 Crime and Punishment in Early Modern Europe 1400-1800 CE
History 1600 European Economic History
History 2270 Nineteenth-Century Europe
History 2380 Shakespeare's Histories and History
History 2385 The Real Tudors
History 2410 Victorian England
History 3120 Weimar Germany: Modernism and Modernity, 1918-1933
HISTORY OF ART  
History of Art 1100 History of Western Art I
History of Art 1105 History of Western Art II
History of Art 2720 Modern Architecture
History of Art 3334 Michelangelo's Life and Works
History of Art 4960 Advanced Seminar - Art & Political Revolution & the Napoleonic Era
ITALIAN  
Italian 3240 Dante's Divine Comedy
Italian 3242 Dante in Historical Context
Italian 3701 City Fictions
JEWISH STUDIES  
Jewish Studies 1200 Classical Judaism: Jews in Antiquity
Jewish Studies 2250 Witness Who Were Not There: Literature of the Children of Holocaust Survivors
Jewish Studies 3100 The Holocaust
MUSIC LITERATURE  
Music Literature 3221 Opera in the Nineteenth Century
Music Literature 3222 Mahler Symphonies: Songs of Irony
Music Literature 3228 J.S. Bach: Learned Musician and Virtual Traveler
PHILOSOPHY  
Philosophy 1200W The Meaning of Life
Philosophy 2102 Medieval Philosophy
Philosophy 2103 Modern Philosophy
Philosophy 2110 Contemporary Philosophy
Philosophy 3009 Existential Philosophy
Philosophy 3010 Phenomenology
Philosophy 3011 Critical Theory
Philosophy 3104 Kierkegaard and Nietzsche
Philosophy 3602 Philosophy of History
POLITICAL SCIENCE  
Political Science 1101 Introduction to Comparative Politics
Political Science 1102 Introduction to International Politics
Political Science 1103 Justice
Political Science 2203 History of Modern Political Theory
Political Science 2210 West European Politics
Political Science 2221 Causes of War
Political Science 2225 International Political Economy
Political Science 2226 International Law and Organization
RELIGIOUS STUDIES  
Religious Studies 2210W Constructions of Jewish Identity in the Modern World
Religious Studies 3316 Christianity in the Reformation Era
RUSSIAN  
Russian 1111-05 First-Year Writing Seminar - Russian Empire: Culture & Politics
Russian 1874 Russian Fairy Tales
Russian 2311 Survey of Russian Literature in English Translation
SPANISH  
Spanish 3302 Spanish for Oral Communication through Cultural Topics
Spanish 3340 Advanced Conversation
Spanish 3345 Spanish for Business and Economics
Spanish 3365 Film and Recent Cultural Trends in Spain
Spanish 4415 Spanish Literature from 1900 to the Present
Spanish 4465 The Theory and Practice of Drama

The following courses, offered in the Fall Semester 2015, may be used to fulfill requirements of the major in European Studies.

EUROPEAN STUDIES  
European Studies 2201 European Society and Culture
European Studies 2220 Religion and Politics in Modern Europe, 1748-Present
European Studies 2240 Topics in European Studies:
Taming Nature: Animals, Plants and the Formation of European Culture
European Studies 3850 Independent Readings and/or Research
European Studies 4998 Senior Honors Research
ECONOMICS  
Economics 3160 Economic History of Europe
Economics 3600 International Trade
Economics 3610 International Finance
ENGLISH  
English 2310 Representative British Writers
English 2311 Representative British Writers
English 3314 Chaucer
English 3340 Shakespeare: Representative Selections
English 3346 Seventeenth-Century Literature
English 3364 The Eighteenth-Century English Novel
English 3614 The Victorian Period
English 3640 Modern British and American Poetry: Yeats to Alden
English 3894 Major Figures in Literature - Figure: Charles Dickens
English 3898 Special Topics in English and American Literature:
Joyce Exclusive of Ulysses
FRENCH  
French 3101 Texts and Contexts: Middle Ages to the Enlightenment
French 3102 Texts and Contexts: Revolution to the Present
French 3113 Advanced French Grammar
French 3614 Advanced Conversational French
French 3622 From Romanticism to Symbolism
French 4027 Emile Zola: From Naturalist Novels to Social Activism
French 4320 French Feminist Thought: Literary and Critical
GERMAN  
German 2320 Conversation and Composition: Current Events
German 2341 German Culture and Literature
German 2441 Great German Works in English
German 3378 Dreams in Literature (taught in German)
HISTORY  
History 1111-29 First-Year Writing Seminar - Germany Between East and West
History 1111-30 First-Year Writing Seminar - Galileo, Darwin, Einstein
History 1350 Western Civilization to 1700
History 1480 The Darwinian Revolution
History 1700 Western Military History to 1815
History 2300 Twentieth-Century Germany
History 2720 World War II
History 2835 Sexuality and Gender in the Western Tradition to 1700
History 3275 Religion and Popular Culture in Nineteenth-Century Europe
HISTORY OF ART  
History of Art 1100 History of Western Art I
History of Art 1105 History of Western Art II
History of Art 2320W The Italian Renaissance Workshop
History of Art 2622 Neoclassicism and Romanticism
History of Art 2710 Twentieth-Century European Art
History of Art 3320 Early Renaissance Florence
ITALIAN  
Italian 2203 Italian Journeys
Italian 3640 Classic Italian Cinema
Italian 3802 Contemporary Italian Society and Culture
JEWISH STUDIES  
Jewish Studies 1220 Jews in the Medieval World
Jewish Studies 1240 Perspectives in Modern Jewish History
Jewish Studies 2340 Jewish Philosophy after Auschwitz
Jewish Studies 3100 The Holocaust
MUSIC LITERATURE  
Music Literature 1111-02 First-Year Writing Seminar-Shakespeare and Music
Music Literature 1220 The Symphony
Music Literature 2220W Music in Western Culture
Music Literature 3224 Haydn and Mozart
Music Literature 3327 Music in the Age of Revolution, 1789-1848
Music Literature 3890 Selected Topics in Music History - Opera Studies and Repertoire Since Salome
PHILOSOPHY  
Philosophy 1200W The Meaning of Life
Philosophy 2100 Ancient Philosophy
Philosophy 2103 Modern Philosophy
Philosophy 2104 Nineteenth-Century Philosophy
Philosophy 2109 Twentieth-Century Continental Philosophy
Philosophy 2110 Contemporary Philosophy
Philosophy 3013 History of Aesthetics
Philosophy 3103 Immanuel Kant
POLITICAL SCIENCE  
Political Science 1101 Introduction to Comparative Politics
Political Science 1102 Introduction to International Politics
Political Science 1103 Justice
Political Science 2202 Ancient Political Thought
Political Science 2203 History of Modern Political Philosophy
Political Science 2225 International Political Economy
Political Science 2274 Nature of War
PORTUGUESE  
Portuguese 2203 Intermediate Portuguese
Portuguese3301 Portuguese Composition and Conversation
RELIGIOUS STUDIES  
Religious Studies 3229 The Holocaust: Its Meanings and Implications
RUSSIAN  
Russian 1111 First-Year Writing Seminar - Classic Russian Short Novels
Russian 2310 Survey of Russian Literature in English Translation
Russian 2485 Russian Crime Fiction
SPANISH  
Spanish 3301W Intermediate Spanish Writing
Spanish 3302 Spanish for Oral Communication through Cultural Topics
Spanish 3345 Spanish for Business and Economics
Spanish 3355 Advanced Conversation through Cultural Issues in Film
Spanish 3360 Spanish Civilization
Spanish 4340 History of the Spanish Language
Spanish 4345 The Languages of Spain
Spanish 4405 Literature of the Spanish Golden Age
Spanish 4620 Love and Honor in Medieval and Golden Age Literature
Spanish 4670 Spanish Realism