European Studies

Why Study European Studies?

The European Studies 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, colonialism, the legacy of the communist past, borders, national identity, gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity and migration. A student receiving a major or minor in European Studies will develop a critical understanding of the diversity of European experiences and identities, nuanced through language learning, and focused study on key topics in the discipline. The European Studies Program prepares students for diverse careers in business, government, humanitarian work, international consulting and tourism. 

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Fall 2022 Course Offerings

EUROP 101: Introduction to European Studies
Instructor: Emily Schuckman Matthews (Section 1); Kristin Rebien (Section 2)

EUROP 320: Food Culture in Europe
Instructor: Emily Schuckman Matthews

EUROP 501: Race & Identity in Europe
Instructor: Emily Schuckman Matthews


Looking Ahead: Course offerings for Spring 2023

EUROP 101: Introduction to European Studies
Instructor: Kristin Rebien

EUROP 160: European Reflections on Science and Technology
Instructor: Mat Schulze

EUROP 301: Contemporary Europe
Instructor: Kristin Rebien


For more information, please visit our Courses page.

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