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Fall 2017 European Studies Minor Course List

Core Course

In additional to the courses listed above, students pursuing an European Studies Minor are also required to complete the minor's core course, GOVT 2553: Inside Europe Christopher Way, which is an introduction to contemporary political, social, and economic issues facing Europe. To view the complete list of courses that satisfy the requirements for European Study Minor, see the attached PDF file below. To view the requirements for European Studies Minor, please check CIES website. If there is any additional questions, please feel free to contact Cornell Institute of European Study. 

European and Comparative Politics

Students can take any of the following courses in 2017 fall semester to satisfy the European and comparative politics requirement. 

  • 3364 Europe in Times of Crisis Mona Krewel
  • 4325 The European Social Model Virginia Doellgast
Modern European History

Students can take any of the following courses in 2017 fall semester to satisfy the modern European history requirement. 

  • 1511 The making of Modern Europe: From 1500 to the present Camille Robcis
  • 1561 Introducion to the Ottoman Empire Mostafa Minawi
  • 1942 The History of Science in Europe: Newton to Darwin to Einstein Peter Dear
  • 2910 Modern European Jewish History, 1789-1948 Sanford Gutman
  • 3710 World War II in Europe John Weiss
  • 4345 Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar Barry Staruss
English and European Literature and art

Students can take any of the following courses in 2017 fall semester to satisfy the Egnlish and European Literature and Arts requirement. 

  • 2740 Scottish Literature Thomas Hill, Harry Shaw
  • 3390 Jane Austen Harry Shaw
  • 3330 America through Russian Eyes Gavriel Shapiro
  • 3815 Reading Nabokov Gavriel Shapiro
  • 1210 Exploring German Contexts I Gunhild Lischke
  • 1220 Exploring German Contexts II Grit Matthias
  • 1230 Expanding the German Dossier Jacy Tackett, Grit Matthias
  • 2000 Germany: Intercultural Context Sabine Nollgen 
  • 2020 Literary Context and Test: The Myth of 1968 Douglas McBride
  • 3070 Challenge of Literatary Language Elke Siegel 
  • 4210 Existentialism and Marxism Geoffrey Waite
  • 4355 Siegfried Kracaucer: Images and History Enzo Traverso
Modern European Language

Students can take the following courses in 2017 fall semester to satisfy the modern European Language requirement. 

  • Dutch: 
      • 2030 Intermediate Dutch Dick Feldman;
      •  3020 Advanced Dutch 1 Dick Felman

 

  • French:

      • 1210 Elementary French Thierryy Torea;
      • 2060 French Intermediate Reading and Writing Joanna Luks;
      • 2090 French Intermediate Composition and Conversation Damien Tissot;
      • 2095 French Intermediate Composition and Conversation II Damien Tissot;
      • 2310 Introduction to French and Francophone Literature and Culture Damien Tissot;
      • 3500 Culture and Politics in Nineteen Century France Enzo Traverso;
      • 3690 Francophone Literature Laurent Dubreuil 

 

  • Greek: 
      • 1101 Elementary Ancient Greek Todd Clarry;
      • 2101 Intermediate Ancient Greek I Jeffrey Reusten

 

  • Hungarian: 
      • 1131 Elementary Hungarian I staff;
      • 1133 Continuing Hungarian I staff

 

  •  Polish: 
      • 1131 Elementary Polish I Ewa Bachminska;
      • 1132 Elementary Polish II Ewa Bachminska;
      • 2103 Advanced Polish Ewa Bachminska 

 

  • Romanian: 
      • 1219 Elementary Romanian Mona Momescu;
      • 1230 Intermediate Romanian I Mona Momescu

 

  • Russian: 
      • 1121 Elementary Russian through Film Viktoria Tsimberov, Slava Paperno, and Raissa Krivitsky;
      • 1125 Reading Russian Press Viktoria Tsimberov, Slava Paperno, and Raissa Krivitsky;
      • 2203 Intermediate Composition and Conversation Viktoria Tsimberov, Slava Paperno, and Raissa Krivitsky;
      • 3303 Advanced Composition and Conversation Viktoria Tsimberov, Slava Paperno, and Raissa Krivitsky;
      • 3305 Reading and Writing for HeritagV. Fulginitie Speakers of Russian Viktoria Tsimberov, Slava Paperno, and Raissa Krivitsky;
      • 3309 Advanced Reading Viktoria Tsimberov, Slava Paperno, and Raissa Krivitsky
  • Spanish: 
      • 1120 Elementary Spanish: Review and Continuation Estela Martin;
      • 1210 Elementary Spanish I Tomas Bevia;
      • 1230 Continuing Spanish Matias Oviedo;
      • 2000 Spanish for Heritage Speakers Mary Redmond;
      • 2090 Intermediate Spanish I Daniel Leraul;
      • 2095 Spanish Intermediate Composition and Conversation Brisa Teutli;
      • 2140 Modern Spanish Survey Patricia Keller 
  • Italian:
      • 1201 Italian I Valentina Fulginiti
      • 1202 Italian II Valentina Fulginiti
      • 2201 Italian III Valentina Fulginiti
      • 2202 Italian IV Valentina Fulginiti