European Studies

Why Study European Studies?

Our program offers students a comprehensive, interdisciplinary study of the issues and ideas influencing the dynamic European region. Some of the key areas explored in our courses include: the establishment of a unified European community, the legacy of the communist past, contested borders, issues of national identity, gender, and migration. Classroom content and cultural understanding are enhanced through language learning, internships and study abroad experiences. The European Studies Program prepares students for diverse careers in business, government, humanitarian work, international consulting and tourism. Students can work toward a major or minor in European Studies.

 

 

Fall 2020 Course Offerings

EUROP 101: Introduction to European Studies
Instructor: Emily Schuckman Matthews

EUROP 424: European Cinema
Instructor: Veronica Shapovalov

EUROP 501: Food Culture in Europe

Instructor: Emily Schuckman Matthews


Looking Ahead: Course offerings for Spring 2021

EUROP 101: Introduction to European Studies
Instructor: Emily Schuckman Matthews
Tuesday/Thursday 12:30-1:45

EUROP 301: Contemporary Europe
Instructor: Amy Harker
Tuesday/Thursday 9:30-10:45

EUROP 440: Human Trafficking in Europe
Instructor: Emily Schuckman Matthews
Thursday 3:30 – 6:10


For more information, please visit our Courses page.

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