Requirements for the concentration

To fulfill this concentration, students complete five courses (15 credits) as indicated below. These courses must be taken in at least two different academic departments.

Five courses from the following. At least two courses must be from Group A and at least two courses from Group B.
Courses in Group A are typically in the social sciences, and do not include the humanities. Courses in Group B are in history and other humanities disciplines (literature, film, religion, etc).
Group A:
ECON 2151Economic Development
ECON 2199Special Topics in Economics (Economics of the EU)
GEOG 3197Special Topics in Regional Geography (Geography of Russia and its Neighbors)
GER 3183Berlin Before and After the Wall
GER 3188The Lives of East Germans
GER 3189Dealing with the Communist Past in Germany and Eastern Europe
GER 4174Inside/Outside the Third Reich
HONR 2047Self and Society Seminar (Holocaust Memory)
Or IAFF 3205 or JSTD 2002: Holocaust Memory
IAFF 2092Russia and Eastern Europe: An Introduction
IAFF 2094Europe in Transition
IAFF 3180Special Topics in Security Policy (Nato's Strategic Challenges)
IAFF 3185Special Topics in European and Eurasian Studies (All IAFF 3185 topic offerings are approved for the Europe and Eurasia concentration Group A)
IAFF 3190Special Topics in International Affairs (Global Environmental Justice)
IAFF 3190Special Topics in International Affairs (History of Paris)
IAFF 3205Holocaust Memory
Or JSTD 2002 or HONR 2047: Holocaust Memory
IAFF 4191Research Seminar (Europe)
JSTD 2002Topics in Judaic Studies: Modern (Holocaust Memory)
or IAFF 3205 Holocaust Memory
PSC 2105Major Issues of Western Political Thought I
PSC 2106Major Issues of Western Political Thought II
PSC 2330Comparative Politics of Western Europe
PSC 2331Comparative Politics of Central and Eastern Europe (Politics of Russia and Central and Eastern Europe)
PSC 2332European Integration
PSC 2337Development Politics
PSC 2366Russian Politics
PSC 2461European-Atlantic Relations
PSC 2468Post-Soviet Foreign Policy
PSC 2994Special Topics in International Relations (International Politics of Central and Eastern Europe)
PSC 3192WProseminar: Political Science (British Politics)
PSC 3192WProseminar: Political Science (Russian Politics: Comparative Perspective)
Group B:
CAH 2145History of European Decorative Arts
CAH 3140European Art of the Eighteenth Century
CAH 3143Early Twentieth-Century Art
or CAH 3143W Early Twentieth-Century Art
FREN 2500Cultural Politics of Food in France
FREN 2500Cultural Politics of Food in France (in English)
FREN 3020Contemporary France
FREN 3100WIntroduction to French Literature
FREN 3220Modern French Literature
FREN 3400Studies in Genre
FREN 3560Topics in Contemporary Francophone Literature and Cinema
FREN 3700History of French Cinema
FREN 4600Special Topics in French Literature (Being Human in the 18th Century)
FREN 4600Special Topics in French Literature (French Crime Writing)
GER 2092Introduction to German Literature—in English II
GER 2161German Culture–in English I
GER 2162German Culture–in English II
GER 3185Literary Voices and the Fascist Experience—in English
GER 3187German Cinema after 1945
GER 4174Inside/Outside the Third Reich
GER 4175Literature of two Germanies
GER 4176Contemporary German Literature
HIST 1120Europe in the World Since 1715
or HIST 1120W European Civilization in its World Context
HIST 1121The War of Ideas in European and International History, 1750-Present
HIST 2001Special Topics (Muslims, Christians, and Jews in Medieval Spain)
HIST 2060Modern Jewish History
HIST 2113The Roman World to 337 A.D.
or CLAS 2113 The Roman World to 337 A.D.
HIST 2124Nineteenth-Century Europe
HIST 2125Twentieth-Century Europe
HIST 2141History of France Since 1789
HIST 2160History of Germany
HIST 3044WThe Price of Freedom: Normandy 1944
HIST 3061The Holocaust
HIST 3101Topics: Europe
or HIST 3101W Topics: Europe
HIST 3103European Intellectual History I
HIST 3104European Intellectual History II
HIST 3111Topics in Ancient History (Ancient Identity: Greeks, Romans, Others)
HIST 3111Topics in Ancient History (The High Middle Ages)
HIST 3118The Middle Ages: 500–1500
HIST 3126European Integration: A History
HIST 3130History of England I
HIST 3132Tudor England
HIST 3134Stuart England
HIST 3135Victorian Britain
HIST 3137The British Empire
HIST 3139Twentieth-Century Britain
HIST 3140History of France
HIST 3145The French Revolution
HIST 3150Spain and Its Empire, 1492–1700
HIST 3168Divided and United Germany Since 1945
HIST 3173The Habsburgs in East Central Europe
HIST 3178The Making of the Modern Balkans
HIST 3180Russia to 1801
HIST 3181Russia Since 1801
HIST 3840History of Central Asia
ITAL 3300Italian Literature and Culture in Translation
ITAL 3600Special Topics in Italian Literature and Culture (“Emigrazione ieri e oggi” – Emigration In the Past and Present)
ITAL 4183History of Italian Film
ITAL 4184Contemporary Italian Cinema
ITAL 4380Italian Journeys Medieval to Postmodern
JSTD 2002Topics in Judaic Studies: Modern (Holocaust Memory)
or IAFF 3205 Holocaust Memory
PHIL 2112History of Modern Philosophy
PHIL 3113Nineteenth-Century Philosophy
SLAV 1392Introduction to Russian Literature II
SLAV 2310The Russian Media Since Communism
SLAV 2361Russian Culture
SLAV 2362Russian Culture
SLAV 2366Russian Literature from World War II to the Present
SLAV 2785Introduction to Russian Cinema I
SLAV 2786Introduction to Russian Cinema II
SPAN 3500Medieval Iberia in the Modern World
Any undergraduate literature or film course numbered 2000 or above with this regional focus.