CES offers a graduate course on European Studies, which is required for students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in European and European Union Studies, as well as a graduate directed reading course. Students enrolled in the graduate certificate in European and European Union Studies (EEUS) or the minor in Modern European Studies (MES) should consult the CES advisor for approval of any course to be used toward their degree.
EURO 600.001/HIST 698.001
European Studies Proseminar: Teaching European History After the Global Turn
This course explores the ways that transnational perspectives have changed the way historians think of “European” history. It aims for a wide audience of graduate students who expect to be responsible for teaching European history, without always being specialists in this field. The course will have a broadly chronological structure, paying close attention to the following themes: the "Atlantic World," the Industrial Revolution, European imperialisms in the "Democratic Age," European integration in the era of decolonization and the Cold War, and European integration after 1989.
EURO 801 (Directed Reading)
This course is available for students who wish to pursue independent study with a faculty member focused on European studies.
For additional course listings and descriptions, please refer to the LSA Course Guide.
CES no longer maintains a list of courses on topics related to Modern Europe and the European Union. For our archive of such courses, click below.
- Winter 2013 courses
- Fall 2012 courses
- Spring/Summer 2012 courses
- Winter 2012 courses
- Fall 2011 courses
- Spring/Summer 2011 courses
- Winter 2011 courses
- Fall 2010 courses
Courses in modern language departments are listed only when their topics are relevant to an understanding of the culture, history, and politics of Europe or the EU. Students are invited to consult the course guide for a complete list of language courses.
Undergraduate and graduate courses of interest to students who wish to learn more about the European Union are marked with an asterisk (*).