European Studies courses are designated by EURS.
Europe in the Twentieth Century
(same as History 2350 and Political Science 2990) is a social, economic and political history of Europe from World War I to the present. The course examines the shift from war and depression to peace and prosperity. Examining the rise and demise of fascism and communism, postwar reconstruction, and Europe’s changing position in the world, it explores the interplay between domestic and international politics and Europe’s position in the international order. This course is recommended for students considering a Harlow semester, exchange programs in Europe, or further courses in European history or politics.
Special Topics in European Studies
will be a reflection on modern Europe through the study of one or more of the following: film, comparative literature, art, architecture, music, etc.