Fall 2010 Courses Cross-Listed with European Studies

The following courses are cross-listed with European Studies for Fall 2010:

ECON 234A - Comparative Economics
ECON 322 A/B - International Economics
ENG 225 A/B - English Literature to 1700
ENG 226A - English Literature 1700 - Present
ENG 247C / FILM 247C - SPTP:  Shakespeare on Film
ENG 319 A/PCA 319A - Shakespeare
ENG 324A/PCA 324A- Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama
ENG 338A/PCA 338A - 20th Century Avant-Garde
ENG 347C - SPTP:  J.R.R. Tolkien
ENG 450A - Jane Austen Our Contemporary
FA 117A/B -  Survey of Art II
FA 202A - Italian Renaissance Art
FA 252A - Modern European Art
FR 201A/B - Advanced French
GER 201A - Advanced German
GER 247A - Modern Germany Since 1871
GS 234A - Comparative Economics
GOVT 206A/B/PHIL 206A/B - Political Theory
GOVT 330A - European Politics
HIST 110A/PHYS 110A - Scientific Revolution
HIST 205A - 19th Century Europe
HIST 239A - Imperial Spain
HIST 247A - Modern Germany Since 1871
HIST 247B - SPTP:  Ottoman Empire 1800-1923
HIST 308A - European Imperialism
HIST 471B - SYE:  Weimar & Nazi Germany
MUS 023A - Early Music Singers
PHIL 201A - Ancient Philosophy
REL 247A - SPTP:  Medieval Christianity
SOC 203A - Foundations of Social Theory
SPAN 423A - Survey: Spanish Literature
SPAN 439A - Literature, Film, and Popular Culture in Spain

Important note about study abroad:  in addition to the courses listed above, a number of courses on the London, Austria, Denmark, Italy, France, and Spain programs can be taken as European minor electives.  A few of these courses meet the Introduction to European Studies requirement.  See Coordinator for details.