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1 COURSES FOR THE MAJOR AND MINOR IN EUROPEAN STUDIES (ES) (approval pending) Note: Courses marked *, such as most "topics" courses, vary in content. They count for ES only if predominantly European in content or focus and must therefore be approved after consultation with the ES Director. 500-level and above (graduate) courses that are open to undergraduate students can be considered on a case by case basis. Course numbers in square [ ] brackets reflect old course numbers. DEPARTMENT Course no. Course Title AFRICANA STUDIES (AFAM) 395 Education and Colonial West Africa ANTHROPOLOGY (ANTH) 325 Stone Age Europe 326 Late European Prehistory 420* Topics in Archeology (Iron Age Europe, Medieval Archeology) ARCHITECTURE (ARCH) 261* World Architecture I: History of the Built Environment: Prehistory-1400 CE 262* World Architecture II: History of the Built Environment: 1400 CE-Present 422* Contemporary Architecture 463* Modern Architecture ART HISTORY (ARTH) 201 History of Art I 202 History of Art II 204 Greek Civilization 205 Roman Civilization 250* Modern Art 261* World Architecture I: History of the Built Environment: Prehistory-1400 CE 262* World Architecture II: History of the Built Environment: 1400 CE-Present 315 Ancient Art 321 Early Medieval Art, CE 322 High Medieval Art, CE 330 Renaissance Art and Architecture 340 Baroque Art 352 Renaissance Art in Northern Europe 404* The Minor Arts 405 Prehistoric Art 407* Museum Practices

2 420 History of Graphic Arts I 421 History of Graphic Arts II 422* Contemporary Architecture 425* 19th Century Photography 426* 20th Century Photography 427* Contemporary Photography 429* Topics in Art History 431 Byzantine Art and Architecture 449 Art of Spain 450* Spanish Colonial Art 463* Modern Architecture 464 European Art European Art * Early 20th Century Art 484* Evaluating the Arts 485* Seminar in Museum Methods 487* Contemporary Interdisciplinary Topics 491* Late 20 th -Century Art ECONOMICS (ECON) 360 History of Economic Thought 424* International Trade 429* International Finance 478* Seminar in International Studies ENGLISH (ENGL) 107 Greek Mythology 150* The Study of Literature 211* Topics in Literature 248 Popular Literature and Topics in Medieval Studies 292 World Literatures: Ancient World through the 16 th Century 293 World Literatures: 17 th Century through the Present 294 Survey of Earlier English Literature 295 Survey of Later English Literature 304 The Bible as Literature 305* Mythology (Viking Mythology) 306 Arthurian Legend and Romance 315* Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature 330* Topics in Comparative and World Literature 333[344] Topics in Latin Literature and Culture in Translation 334[345] Topics in Greek Literature and Culture in Translation 335* Topics in French Literature and Culture in Translation 336 Topics in German Literature and Culture in Translation 337 Topics in Italian Literature and Culture in Translation 338 Topics in Russian Literature and Culture in Translation 348 Medieval Culture 2

3 349 From Beowulf to Arthur 350 Medieval Tales of Wonder 351 Chaucer 352 Early Shakespeare 353 Later Shakespeare 354 Milton 355 Enlightenment Survey 356 The 19 th Century 360* Individual Authors 397* Regional Literature 410* Criticism and Theory 411* Special Topics: Criticism & Theory, Literary & Cultural Movements 432*[425] Topics in Literature and Culture 440* Topics in Language or Rhetoric 442* Major Texts in Rhetoric 443* Contemporary Texts in Rhetoric 445* History of the English Language 447[449] Old English 448[450] Beowulf and Other Topics 449[451] Middle English Language 450 Middle English Literature 451 Topics in Medieval Studies 452 The Renaissance 453 The Seventeenth Century 454 Restoration and Early Eighteenth Century 455 Middle and Late Eighteenth Century 456 British Romanticism 457 Victorian Studies 458 Modern British Literature 459 Irish Literature 470* Modernist Literature 471* Twentieth Century Drama 472* Contemporary Literature 473* Postmodernism 480 Topics in British Literature 486 British Fiction FOREIGN LANGUAGES & LITERATURES CLST 107 Greek Mythology CLST 204 Greek Civilization CLST 205 Roman Civilization CLST 214 The Classical Tradition I CLST 215 The Classical Tradition II CLST 333[344] Topics in Latin Literature and Culture in Translation CLST 334[345] Topics in Greek Literature and Culture in Translation 3

4 COMP 224* Literary Questions COMP 306 Arthurian Legend and Romance COMP 330* Topics in Comparative and World Literature COMP 333[344] Topics in Latin Literature and Culture in Translation COMP 334[345] Topics in Greek Literature and in Translation COMP 335* Topics in French Literature and Culture in Translation COMP 336 Topics in German Literature and Culture in Translation COMP 337 Topics in Italian Literature and Culture in Translation COMP 338 Topics in Russian Literature and Culture in Translation COMP 340 Topics in Russian Literature in Translation COMP 350 Medieval Tales of Wonder COMP 432*[425] Topics in Literature and Culture COMP 452 Medieval English Mystics COMP 480*[380] Seminar in Comparative Literature FREN 301* Advanced Essay & Exploration I FREN 302* Advanced Essay & Exploration II FREN 335* Topics in French Literature and Culture in Translation FREN 345 French Civilization: FREN 346 French Civilization: 1789 to Present FREN 351 French Literature: FREN 352 French Literature: 1789 to Present FREN 380* Lectures and Discussions on French Studies FREN 385* Seminars in French Studies FREN 432*[425] Topics in Literature and Culture FREN 465* Topics in French Film GRMN GRMN 304 GRMN 305 GRMN 307 GRMN 308 GRMN 336 GRMN 401 GRMN 450 GRMN 480 GRMN 380/481 GRMN 385 GRMN 390 GRMN 485 GREK 107 GREK 301 GREK 302 Advanced German Theater Workshop Topics: Germany Today Introduction to German Literature Introduction to German Culture Topics in German Literature and Culture in Translation Contemporary German Cultures Special Topics in German Studies Topics: Advanced Seminar in German Studies Lecture Series in German Studies (German Summer School) Seminar in German Studies (German Summer School) Workshop in German Studies (German Summer School) Advanced Seminar in German Studies (German Summer School) Greek Mythology Advanced Greek I Advanced Greek II 4

5 ITAL 307 ITAL 308 ITAL 337 ITAL 475 LATN 303 LATN 304 LATN 351 LATN 352 MLNG 101* MLNG 457* RUSS 301 RUSS 302 RUSS 338 RUSS 339[230] RUSS 340 RUSS 401 RUSS 402 RUSS 490 Survey of Italian Literature I Survey of Italian Literature II Topics in Italian Literature and Culture in Translation Dante in Translation Advanced Latin I Advanced Latin II Accelerated Latin I Accelerated Latin II Approaches to Languages and Cultures Topics in Languages Studies Advanced Russian I Advanced Russian II Topics in Russian Literature and Culture in Translation Russian Culture and History through Film Topics in Russian Literature in Translation Russia Today I Russia Today II Seminar in Russian Literature and Culture GEOGRAPHY (GEOG) 140* World Regional Geography 302* Regional Geography HISTORY (HIST) 101 Western Civilization to Western Civilization post The Medieval World 204 Greek Civilization 205 Roman Civilization 220* Studies in History 300*[320] Studies in History 301[313] Greece 302[314] Rome 303[321] Early Middle Ages, 300 to [322] The High Middle Ages, 1050 to [323] Renaissance Era, 1300 to [325] Reformation Era, [331] Europe in the 17th Century 308[332] Europe in the 18th Century, [333] The French Revolution and Napoleon, [334] Modern Europe, World War I, [335] Modern Europe,

6 313[336] Europe Since [346] Old Russia from the 9th to the 17th Century 315[347] Romanov Russia to [348] Russia in the Era of Reform and Revolution, [349] Stalinist and Post-Stalinist Russia, 1824-Present 318[395] Spain and Portugal to [396] Spain and Portugal since [315] History of Women from Ancient Times to the Enlightenment 321[316] Women in the Modern World 322*[330] History of the Women's Rights Movement 323[301] History of the Jewish People to [302] Modern History of the Jewish People 325[303] History of World Communism 326[305] History of Christianity to [306] History of Christianity, 1517 to Present 328[317] History of Science from Antiquity to Scientific Revolution 329[318] History of Science since the Enlightenment 335[230] Russian Culture and History through Film 401 Anglo-Saxon England, The Crusades 411[343] History of England, th Century Spanish Culture 415[438] European Diplomatic History 416[425] History of Medicine to [426] History of Modern Medicine 418*[338] City Life 419 Formation of Modern European Culture 420[328] Modern France since Britain, 1660-Present 422[345] Modern European Imperialism 423[442] Germany, [443] Modern Eastern Europe 425 Europe and the Balkans 426[437] History of the Holocaust 427[415] History of Sexuality 428*[416] Women, War, and Revolution LAW (LAW) 500* Comparative and Historical Legal Perspectives MANAGEMENT (MGMT) 328* International Management MATHEMATICS (MATH) 415 History and Philosophy of Mathematics 6

7 MEDIA ARTS (MA) 210 Introduction to Film 326/426 History of Film I: Silent 327/427*[328] History of Film II: Sound 330* Studies in Film 331/431* Film Theory 335/435 International Horror Film 339 Russian Culture and History through Film 430* Topics in Film History MUSIC (MUS) 271* Music Today 361[261] History of Music I 362[262] History of Music II 371 Music History for Non-Majors 413 Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music 414 Studies in Baroque Music 415 Studies in Classical and Romantic Music 416* Studies in 20 th Century Music 437* Selected Topics in Music Literature PHILOSOPHY (PHIL) 201 Greek Philosophy 202 Modern Philosophy 204 Greek Civilization 205 Roman Civilization 244 Introduction to Existentialism 308 Medieval European Philosophy 341* Topics in Philosophy 342* Selected Philosophers 343 Contemporary Continental Philosophy th Century Philosophy th Century Philosophy 348* Comparative Philosophy 350* Philosophy of Science 352* Theory of Knowledge 354* Metaphysics 358* Ethical Theory 360 Christian Classics 361* Modern Christian Thought 363* Environmental Ethics 365* Philosophy of Religion 367* Philosophy of Art and Aesthetics 371 Classical Social and Political Philosophy 372 Modern Social and Political Philosophy 381* Philosophy of Laws and Morals 7

8 384* Philosophy of Mind 402 Plato 403 Aristotle 404 Augustine 406 Descartes 409 Hume 410 Kant 413 Kierkegaard 415 History and Philosophy of Mathematics 421 Heidegger 422 Wittgenstein 441* Philosophical Movements 442* Individual Philosophers 445* Philosophy of Language 480* Philosophy and Literature 485* Philosophical Foundations of Economic Theory POLITICAL SCIENCE (POLS) 220 Comparative Politics 240* International Politics 260 Political Ideas 320* Topics in Comparative Politics 340* Topics in International Politics 346* International Political Economy 351 Western European Politics 357 Russian and Eurasian Government and Politics 361 Ancient and Medieval Political Theory 362 Modern Political Theory 478* Seminar in International Studies RELIGIOUS STUDIES (RELG) 105* Religion and the Arts 247* Studies in Religions 264 Western Religions 306 Reformation Era, History of the Jewish People to Modern History of the Jewish People 326 History of Christianity to History of Christianity, 1517 to Present 347* Topics in Religious Studies 350* Religion and Literature 360 Christian Classics 361* Modern Christian Thought 404 Augustine 413 Kierkegaard 426 History of the Holocaust 8

9 447* Seminar in Religious Studies 450 Spanish Mysticism 452 Medieval English Mystics 465 C.S. Lewis 475 Dante in Translation SOCIOLOGY (SOC) 200 Foundations of Social Welfare 300* Social Welfare: Policies and Programs 338* City Life 371 Classical Sociological Theory 400 The Welfare State 471 Contemporary Sociological Theory 478* Seminar in International Studies SPANISH (SPAN) 307* Introduction to Hispanic Literature 324 Spanish Literature in Translation 411 Survey of Spanish Peninsular Literature I 412 Survey of Spanish Peninsular Literature II 423 Cervantes: Don Quixote 429 Topics in Spanish Culture and Literature 450 Spanish Mysticism THEATRE & DANCE DANC 113 Introduction to Historical Dance Forms DANC 149 Ballet I DANC 169 Flamenco I DANC 249 Ballet II DANC 269 Flamenco II DANC 289 Topics in Flamenco DANC 304*[315] Theories of Movement DANC 349 Ballet III DANC 369 Flamenco III DANC 462 Dance History I DANC 463 Dance History II DANC 464* Dance History III THEA 335 THEA 336 THEA 420 THEA 424 THEA 438* Theatre History I Theatre History II Acting-Topics in Classical Styles Mastering Classical Language Topics in Theatre History and Criticism 9

10 WOMEN STUDIES (WMST) 320[315] History of Women from Ancient Times to the Enlightenment 321[316] Women in the Modern World 330* History of the Women s Rights Movement 414* Feminine Sexuality 427[415] History of Sexuality 428*[416] Women, War and Revolution 10

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