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Guided Pathways: European History

European History explores and challenges transformations in Europe and its influence in the world over the last several centuries. By examining such themes as empire, war, migration, and cooperation in Europe, students gain a broader understanding of other cultures and societies. It prepares students to critically consider Europe—and by extension any region—and the construction of nationality and identity. To do so, students examine primary sources from different regions, cultures, and media. Students who study European history often go on to teach primary or secondary school, attend law school, work for the State Department, or teach English abroad.

(HIST 1100) History of Western Civilization to 1300
(HIST 1110) History of Western Civilization Since 1300
(HIST 2100) Nazi Germany and the Holocaust

(HIST 3040) Early Medieval England
(HIST 3045) Late Medieval England
(HIST 3140) Victorian Britain
(HIST 3190) Modern Germany
(HIST 3210) Age of Total War
(HIST 3220) Post-War Europe: 1945-1991
(HIST 3240) Twentieth Century Britain
(HIST 4040) Christianity in the Ancient World
(HIST 4050) Christianity in the Medieval World

(HIST 4080) History of Medicine in Western Society
(HIST 4095) Governing Bodies
(HIST 4105) Medieval Christian Traditions in Practice

(HIST 4130) Early Medieval Social and Cultural History
(HIST 4140) Late Medieval Social and Cultural History
(HIST 4250) Topics in European Social and Cultural History

(HIST 4270) Empire and Exploration 1400-1750
(HIST 4271) European Exploration, Imperialism, and Decolonization 1750-Present
(HIST 4280) Sex and Gender in Early Modern Europe 1300-1700


Last Updated: 7/13/19