Other Courses

The following courses are recognized as counting towards a European Studies major or minor. Students may also select courses from other Faculties in order to fulfil requirements for the European Studies Program. However, these courses must be approved in advance by the Program Coordinator.

Anthropology

2100 6.0 One World, Many Peoples
3020 6.0 Race, Racism and Popular Culture
3120 6.0 Anthropology of Tourism
3350 6.0 Culture as Performance
3370 6.0 Power and Violence
3400 6.0 Citizenship and Civil Society
4270 3.0 Imagined Societies: Anthropology of Nations Without Boundaries

Economics

4059 3.0 History of Economic Thought I

English

3121 6.0 British and European Novel 1880-1930
3130 6.0 Modernisms
3154 3.0 Petersburg in Russian Literature and Culture
3440 6.0 The Global Contemporary
3451 3.0 Tolstoy
3452 3.0 Dostoevsky
3453 3.0 Chekhov: Plays and Short Stories
3510 6.0 Medieval English
3515 6.0 Drama and Vision in the Middle Ages
3535 6.0 Shakespeare
3545 6.0 Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama
3551 6.0 Restoration and 18th Century Drama
3555 6.0 Eighteenth-Century Novel
3560 6.0 The English Romantics
3570 6.0 Victorian Fiction and its Reading Public
4001 6.0 From T.S. Eliot to Missy Elliott
4041 6.0 History & Description of English Language
4101 6.0 Lyric Poetry from Sappho to Donne
4140 6.0 Studies in Contemporary Drama
4165 6.0 City Texts and Textual Cities
4252 6.0 Blake and Wordsworth after Milton
4520 6.0 Studies in Renaissance Poetry
4530 6.0 The Renaissance Theatre of Transgression
4531 6.0 Renaissance Spectacles
4535 6.0 Advanced Shakespeare
4560 6.0 Studies in the English Romantics: Keats
4571 3.0 Studies in Prose Fiction: The Brontës
4574 6.0 Studies in 19th Century Literature: Thomas Hardy
4576 6.0 19th Century British Female Tradition
4579 6.0 Late Victorian Fiction and the 'New Woman'
4582 6.0 Studies in Prose Fiction: James Joyce
4591 6.0 Recent Irish Poetry
4594 6.0 The Neo-Victorian Novel
4720 6.0 Print Culture and the History of the Book

French Studies

2100 6.0 Introduction to Linguistic Study of French
3140 6.0 French Phonetics and Oral Performance
3100 6.0 Morpho Syntax
3340 6.0 Literature for Young People
4123 3.0 Technologies and Language Learning
4131 3.0 Socio-Political History of French in Canada
4142 3.0 Enuciative Linguistics of French: Pragmatics
4145 3.0 Rhetoric and Semiotics
4230 3.0 Spoken French: Corpus and Descriptive Methods
4321 3.0 17th Century Narrative Fiction
4323 3.0 17th Century French Theatre
4351 3.0 20th Century French Literature (1900-1950): The Existential Hero
4353 3.0 20th Century French Literature (1950-2000): Beyond the Absurd
4361 3.0 Francophone Literature I: Toward Independence
4373 3.0 French Film & Literature: Theme Analysis
4900 6.0 Individualized Study

German

1790 9.0/AP/HUMA 1190 9.0 Nationalism, Authority and Resistance: Perspectives on German Culture and Society
2791 6.0/ AP/HUMA 2791 6.0 Kino-Culture: German Cinema in Competition with Hollywood
3200 6.0 /AP/EN 3461 6.0 Modern and Contemporary German Writers
3601 3.0 /AP/HUMA 3601 3.0 Vienna in the Early 20th Century: Literature, Art, Culture and Politics
3840 3.0 /AP/EN 3460 3.0 German Romanticism: Tradition and Revolution
3989 6.0 /AP/HUMA 3989 6.0 Germany and the Global Imaginary
4725 6.0 Reading Bildung: The German Language Humanities Tradition

Greek (Modern)

3600 6.0 Modern Greek Literature and Culture after Independence

History

1010 6.0 War, Revolution and Society in the Twentieth Century
1050 6.0 Life, Love and Labour: An Introduction to Social and Cultural History
2220 6.0 Medieval and Early Modern Europe
2300 6.0 Modern Europe
2400 6.0 British History
3212 3.0 (F) Society in Pre-Industrial Europe
3220 6.0 Europe in the Middle Ages: 300 - 1300
3280 3.0 (W) Europeans and the Natural World to 1800
3315 3.0 (W) Modern Ukrainian History
3320 6.0 Modern Germany: 1871 to the Present
3355 6.0 Modern Greece: From Independence to the Present
3415 6.0 Law, Property and Freedom in Britain and its Empire
3420 6.0 The British Empire from 1600 to the Present
3490 6.0 20th Century Britain in Film & Culture
4030 6.0 Europe Between the Wars, 1918-1939
4050 6.0 Topics in French History
4270 6.0 Topics in Early Modern European History
4330 6.0 Selected Issues in the History of Modern Germany
4350 6.0 European Thought in Crisis
4375 6.0 Topics in Modern Greek History
4380 6.0 Selected Problems in Modern Russia
4420 6.0 Great Britain in the 20th Century
4450 6.0 Themes in 18th Century British Social History
4460 6.0 Themes in 19th Century British History

Humanities

1125 9.0 Civilization of Medieval and Renaissance Europe
1170 9.0 The Modern Age
1840 9.0 Existence, Freedom and Meaning
2140 6.0 Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture
2170 6.0 Modern Art: 1750 to the Present
2190 9.0 Germany through the Ages: Culture and Society
2751 9.0 Aspects of Italian Culture
2761 9.0 Italian Cinema, Literature & Society
2850 9.0 The Jewish Experience: Symbiosis and Rejection
2915 9.0 Darwin, Einstein & the Humanities
3600 3.0 Berlin in German Literature & Culture
3602 3.0 Women in German Literature & Culture
3816 3.0 The Balkans: Religion, Culture & Identity
3825 6.0 The Holocaust in Cross-Cultural Context: Canada, Germany, Poland
3980 3.0 Aspects of Ukrainian Culture I
3981 3.0 Aspects of Ukrainian Culture II
3983 3.0 Narrating the Family in German Cinema
3984 3.0 German Film: The First Sixty Years
4196 3.0 Ukraine in Twentieth-Century Europe
4803 6.0 Church, Mosque & Synagogue: Jews, Muslims & Christians in Medieval Spain
4811 3.0 The Jews in Muslim & Christian Spain

Italian

2200 6.0 Introduction to Italian Literature
2751 9.0 Aspects of Italian Culture
2761 9.0 Italian Cinema, Literature and Society
3550 6.0 Nineteenth Century Italian Literature
3721 6.0 Mapping the Italian Experience in Canada
3750 6.0 Modern Italian Literature and Culture (in translation)
3775 3.0/4775 3.0 Media and the Idea of Italy 13
4190 3.0 History of the Italian Language
4300 6.0 The Divina Comedia of Dante Alighieri
4400 3.0 Orlando Furioso: Renaissance Bestseller
4750 6.0 Modern Italian Culture

Philosophy

3125 3.0 Contemporary Existentialism
3620 3.0 Empiricism and Rationalism

Political Science

3020 3.0 Political Thought of the Renaissance and Reformation
3025 3.0 Seventeenth Century Political Thought
3040 6.0 Currents in Modern Political Thought
3240 6.0 Comparative Perspectives in Labour Relations
3270 3.0 Global Political Economy I
3275 3.0 Global Political Economy II
3500 3.0 Rise & Fall of Communism in Russia
3520 3.0 West European Politics
4090 3.0 Classical Marxist Theory
4205 3.0 New German Politics and European Integration
4280 3.0 Russia in World Affairs
4515 3.0 European Union

Portuguese

2600 6.0 Introduction to Portuguese Culture
4620 3.0 From Camoes to Pessoa
4630 3.0 The Works of Jorge Amado

Russian

3740/4740 3.0 Chekhov & His Contemporaries: 1880-1917 (in translation)
3750/4750 3.0 Russian Literature and Culture: Petersburg (in translation)
3760/4760 3.0 Love and Death in Russian Literature (in translation)

Social Science

1520 9.0 Markets and Democracy: The Development of Industrial Society
2560 6.0 Ideology and Everyday Life

Spanish

2200 6.0 Introduction to Spanish Literature
3210 6.0 Aspects of Spanish American Literature
3580 6.0 The Generation of 1898 and Modern Spain
4350 6.0 Spanish Prose of the Golden Age
4640 6.0 The Spanish American Novel of the Twentieth Century

Women's Studies

2502 6.0 Western Feminism in a Cultural Context
3515 6.0 Renaissance Women* (*not offered in FW09)