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College of Arts
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2006-2008
Academic Bulletin

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West European Studies


Affiliated Faculty
Introduction
Minor in West European Studies
Minor in European Union Studies
Course Descriptions
Joint-Listed Courses
Cross-Listed Courses

Affiliated Faculty

Director  Associate Professor Fritz Breithaupt (Germanic Studies) 

Chancellor's Professors  Robert Fulk (English), Roy Gardner (Economics), James Naremore (Emeritus, Communication and Culture)

Robert H. Shaffer Class of 1967 Endowed Chair  William Corsaro (Sociology)

Rudy Professors  Karen Hanson (Philosophy and Dean, Honors College), Jeffrey C. Isaac (Political Science), Rosemary Lloyd (French and Italian), Giancarlo Maiorino (Comparative Literature), Albert Valdman (French and Italian, Emeritus)

Ameritech Endowed Chairs  David B. Audretsch (School of Public and Environmental Affairs), Charles Bonser (School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Dean Emeritus)
W. George Pinnell Professor  Michele Fratianni (Kelley School of Business)

L. Leslie Waters Chair in International Business  Alan Rugman (Kelley School of Business)

Roscoe C. O'Byrne Chair and Director of the Institute for Advanced Study  Alfred Aman (School of Law)

Distinguished Professors  
Willis Barnstone (Emeritus, Comparative Literature, Spanish and Portuguese), Peter Bondanella (Comparative Literature, French and Italian), James Riley (History), Alan Rugman (Kelley School of Business)

Professors 
 George Alter (History), Michael Berkvam (Emeritus, French and Italian), Domenico Bertoloni Meli (History and Philosophy of Science), Maryellen Bieder (Spanish and Portuguese), Jack Bielasiak (Political Science), Julia Bondanella (French and Italian), Bonnie Brownlee (School of Journalism), Hannah Buxbaum (School of Law), Gilbert Chaitin (French and Italian), Andrea Ciccarelli (French and Italian), Lawrence Clopper (Emeritus, English), Allen Douglas (West European Studies, History), Dyan Elliott (History), Molly Faries (Emerita, Fine Arts), David Fidler (School of Law), Jane Fulcher (Jacobs School of Music), Norman Furniss (Political Science), Kari Gade (Germanic Studies), Gerhard Glomm (Economics), Kirstin Grønbjerg (School of Public and Environmental Affairs), Jeffrey Hart (Political Science), David Hertz (Comparative Literature), Roger Herzel (Theatre and Drama), Janet Kennedy (Fine Arts), Oscar Kenshur (Comparative Literature), Dov‑Ber Kerler (Germanic Studies), W. Eugene Kleinbauer (Fine Arts), Dan Knudsen (Geography), Catherine Larson (Spanish and Portuguese), Jacques Merceron (French and Italian), Emanuel Mickel (French and Italian), Richard Nash (English), Christine Ogan (School of Journalism, School of Informatics), William Rasch (Germanic Studies), Robert Rohrschneider (Political Science), Alvin Rosenfeld (English, Jewish Studies), Darlene Sadlier (Spanish and Portuguese), Josep Sobrer (Spanish and Portuguese), Rex Sprouse (Germanic Studies), H. Wayne Storey (French and Italian, Medieval Studies), Terence Thayer (Germanic Studies), Stephen Watt (English), Lois Wise (School of Public and Environmental Affairs)

Associate Professors  
Guillaume Ansart (French and Italian), Matt Auer (School of Public and Environmental Affairs), Julie Auger (French and Italian), Joëlle Bahloul (Jewish Studies, Anthropology), Claudia Breger (Germanic Studies), Fritz Breithaupt (Germanic Studies), Michel Chaouli (Germanic Studies), Linda Charnes (English), Juan Carlos Conde (Spanish and Portuguese), Laurent Dekydtspotter (French and Italian), Melissa Dinverno (Spanish and Portuguese), Michelle Facos (Fine Arts), Mary Favret (English), Arthur Field (History), Kimberly Geeslin (Spanish and Portuguese), Margaret Gray (French and Italian), Carl Ipsen (History), Herbert Marks (Comparative Literature), Eric MacPhail (French and Italian), Luise McCarty (School of Education), Owen V. Johnson (School of Journalism), David Pace (History), Angela Pao (Comparative Literature), Leah Shopkow (History), Margaret Sutton (School of Education)

Assistant Professors
Aurelian Craiutu (Political Science), Hugh Kelley (Economics), Massimo Scalabrini (French and Italian), Abdulkader Sinno (Political Science), Beate Sissenich (Political Science), Steven Wagschal (Spanish and Portuguese), Reyes Vila-Belda (Spanish and Portuguese), Rebecca Wilkin (French and Italian)

Lecturers  
Gergana May (Germanic Studies), Esther Ham (Germanic Studies), Olga Kalentzidou (West European Studies)

Academic Advising 
Ballantine Hall 542, (812) 855-3280, west@indiana.edu

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Introduction

West European Studies, a center in the College of Arts and Sciences, offers interdisciplinary programs that combine courses in the social sciences, humanities, and languages to give students a broad understanding of the countries of Western Europe and the European Union. The center offers two undergraduate minors: the West European studies minor and the European Union minor.

Both minors combine core courses with elective courses from other departments and schools.

Some courses to fulfill the minors are listed under “West European Studies”; others are offered through other departments. Students may earn both minors, but the minors may not be completed with the same courses. Students must meet with the West European Studies academic advisor to apply for the minors and to work out the course plan.

Requirements for the West European studies minor are listed below.

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Minor in West European Studies

Students take one core course in Political Science, and a total of four elective courses selected from the social sciences and humanities, along with a language, to complete the minor. Students must meet with the West European studies academic advisor to apply for acceptance.

Requirements  
Students must complete the following:

1.  W301 or POLS Y335 or Y350
2.  One W405 or cross-listed equivalent
3.  One W406 or cross-listed equivalent
4.  Two additional West European Studies courses, or cross-listed equivalents
5.  Four semesters of a West European language or equivalent.

With the approval of the undergraduate advisor, students may use one approved Topics course (COLL E103 or E104) to fulfill requirement 4 above. A list of current cross-listed courses is available through the advisor.

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Minor in European Union Studies

On May 1, 2004, the European Union admitted 10 new members; it now spans from Western Europe to the Baltic Region, Eastern and Central Europe, and to Cyprus. The new Europe manifests itself in different ways-through integrated economic markets, Europe-wide elections, evolving political institutions, and emerging European identity. The European Union minor seeks to address these issues by equipping students with the analytical tools to deal with the “making of the European Union.”

Students take one core course in each of three areas and 9 elective credits selected in consultation with the advisor, along with a language, to complete the minor. Students must meet with the West European studies academic advisor to apply for acceptance.

Requirements include 18 credit hours of course work to be distributed as follows, plus a language requirement. At least 9 credit hours must be at the 300 or 400 level.

    1.  Students must take one course from each of 3 areas of concentration:
    Politics/Public Policy
    POLS Y351/WEUR W304 Model European Union (3 cr.)
    POLS Y350 European Integration/WEUR W405 Special Topics in West     European Studies Topic: Politics of the European Union (3 cr.)
    POLS Y335 Western European Politics/ WEUR W301 Modern European     Politics and Society (3 cr.)

    Economics/Business
    BUS G494 Public Policy and the International Economy (3 cr.)
    ECON E390 Undergraduate Seminar Topic: Economics of European Integration (3 cr.)

    Culture/Identity
    GEOG G428/WEUR W405 Geography of Europe (3 cr.)
    WEUR W405 Special Topics in West European Studies Topic: The Idea of Europe (3 cr.)
    GER G394/WEUR W406 Special Topics in West European Studies Topic: The Idea of Europe: Order and Identity (3 cr.)

    2.  Students take another 9 elective credit hours. The elective requirement can be met in two ways:
        a.   taking additional courses from core courses; or
        b.   taking courses selected from the numerous course offerings listed by West European Studies, Russian and East European Institute, and Central Eurasian Studies. If the elective requirement is filled with two or more area studies courses, one elective must be related to Eastern/Central Europe and one to Western Europe.

    3.  Students are required to complete two years of study of one of the languages of the European Union member countries other than their native language.

    Note that students must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours in College of Arts and Sciences courses within the 18 credit hours for the minor.

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Course Descriptions

W210 Honors Seminar (3 cr.) Intensive examination of selected topics for freshman and sophomore honors students. Emphasis on critical discussion and preparation of papers. May be repeated once for credit.

W301 (POLS Y335) Modern European Politics and Society (3 cr.) S & H, CSB The politics, economics, and social structures of Western European countries. Examination of selected domestic and international issues, including the welfare states, the European community, and West-East European relations.

W304 (POLS Y351) Model European Union (1-3 cr.) A course with two interrelated parts. The first involves an analysis of the decision-making powers of the European Union (EU). This analysis then leads to a formal simulation of the EU. This course may be repeated for credit, for a maximum of 3 credit hours.

W325 European Issues Enhanced by European Language Discussion (1-3 cr.) P: Language proficiency in target language equivalent to completion of fourth semester, or consent of instructor. C: Host course specified each semester. Seminar taught in a European language in conjunction with a subject course on a topic related to Western Europe. Topic and language vary. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 3 credit hours.

W401 Topics in European Intellectual History (3 cr.) S & H A survey of modern European intellectual history from the French Revolution to the present. Open to advanced undergraduate and graduate students.

W405 Special Topics in West European Studies (3 cr.) S & H, CSB approved topics only. Selected ideas, trends, and problems in contemporary Western Europe from the perspective of social and behavioral sciences. Specific topics will be announced each semester. May be repeated for up to 12 credit hours with different topics. I Sem., II Sem.

W406 Special Topics in West European Studies (3 cr.) A & H, CSB approved topics only. Selected ideas, trends, and problems in contemporary Western Europe from the perspective of arts and humanities. Specific topics will be announced each semester. May be repeated for up to 12 credit hours with different topics. I Sem., II Sem., SS.

W415 Individual Readings in West European Studies (1-3 cr.; may be repeated) P: consent of instructor and chairperson. I Sem., II Sem., SS.

W496 Foreign Study of Western Europe (3-8 cr.) P: Consent of chairperson. Planning of research project during summer or semester preceding year or summer abroad. Time spent in research abroad must amount to at least one week for each credit hour granted. Research paper must be presented by end of semester following foreign study. May only be taken once. I Sem., II Sem., SS.

Modern Greek

E100 Beginning Modern Greek I (4 cr.) A rapid survey of fundamentals designed to acquaint the student with the oral and written language. Especially useful for those planning to study or travel in Greece and for those planning to read modern Greek literature. I Sem.

E150 Beginning Modern Greek II (4 cr.) P: E100 or equivalent. Second semester of a rapid survey of fundamentals designed to acquaint the student with the oral and written language. Especially useful for those planning to study or travel in Greece and for those planning to read modern Greek literature. II Sem.

E200 Second-Year Modern Greek (3 cr.) P: E150 or equivalent. Completion of grammar and syntax not covered in E100-E150 and practice in reading selections from a number of modern writers. I Sem.

E250 Readings in Modern Greek Writers (3 cr.) P: E200 or equivalent. Continuation of first-semester E200 Second-Year Modern Greek. Students enrolling must have either taken E200 or placement exam. Course will build on language skills acquired during first semester. This will involve covering more advanced grammar and vocabulary, and developing writing skills. Emphasis placed on verbal expression.

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Joint-Listed Courses


The following courses may be joint-listed with West European Studies course number W405.

Economics
E390 Economics of European Integration (3 cr.) S & H

Geography
G428 Geography of Europe (3 cr.) S & H, CSB

Germanic Studies
N350 Dutch Culture: The Modern Netherlands (3 cr.) S & H, CSB

History
B300 Issues in Western European History (3 cr.) S & H
B303 Issues in Modern European History S & H
B357 Modern France (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
B361-B362 Europe in the Twentieth Century I-II (3-3 cr.) S & H
B366 Paris and Berlin in the 1920s (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
B368 Modern Italy (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
B377 History of Germany since 1648 I (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
B378 History of Germany since 1648 II (3 cr.) S & H, CSB

Political Science
Y335 Western European Politics (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
Y347 German Politics (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
Y350 Politics of the European Union (3 cr.) S & H
Y401 Topics in Political Science (Europe) (3 cr.) S & H

The following courses may be joint-listed with West European Studies course number W406:

Communication and Culture
C393-C394 History of European and American Films I-II (Europe) (3-3 cr.) A & H, CSB
C398 National Cinemas (3 cr.) A & H

Comparative Literature
C355 Literature, the Arts, and Their Interrelationship (3 cr.) A & H

French and Italian
M311 Contemporary France: Film and Culture (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
M390 Studies in the Italian Film (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
M450 Seminar in Italian Literature (up to 6 cr.) A & H

Germanic Studies
G390 German Film Culture (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
G418 German Film and Popular Culture (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
N450 The Golden Age of Dutch Culture (3 cr.) A & H, CSB

Political Science
Y381 Classical Political Thought (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
Y382 Modern Political Thought (3 cr.) A & H, CSB

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Cross-Listed Courses

The following list represents a list of courses considered cross-listed equivalents. Any of these courses may count towards the WEST minor. Courses approved for S & H distribution (social and historical studies) may replace the W405 requirement and courses approved for A& H distribution (arts & humanities) may replace the W406 requirement for the minor. Allcourses may count as electives. Courses not listed below may be considered if approval is granted by the West European Studies advisor.

Anthropology
E303 Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology (3 cr.) S & H
E332 Jewish Women: Anthropological Perspectives (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
E387 The Ethnography of Europe (3 cr.) S & H, CSB

Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design

H265 History of European and American Furniture and Interiors, 1730-1830 (3 cr.) S & H
H311 History of Textiles and Costume I (3 cr.)
H340 History of Textiles and Costume II (3 cr.)
H404 International Textiles and Apparel Trade (3 cr.)

Central Eurasian Studies
U324 Romanticism and the Rise of Nationalism (3 cr.) A & H CSB
U333 Finland in the Twentieth Century (3 cr.) S & H
U436 Finnish Civilization to 1800 (3 cr.) S & H
U430 Finnic Folklore (3 cr.)

Comparative Literature
C310 Film and Literature (3 cr.) A & H
C311 Drama (3 cr.) A & H
C313 Narrative (3 cr.) A & H
C315 Lyric Poetry (3 cr.) A & H
C318 Satire (3 cr.) A & H
C325 The Renaissance (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
C329 The Eighteenth Century (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
C333 Romanticism (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
C335 Realism, Naturalism, and Symbolism (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
C337 The Twentieth Century: Tradition and Change (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
C347 Literature and Ideas (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
C365 Seminar in Czech and Central European Literatures and Cultures (3 cr.) (W. European content) A & H, CSA
C377 Topics in Yiddish Literature (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
C378 Topics in Yiddish Culture (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
C400 Studies in Comparative Literature (Modern Europe) (3 cr.) A & H

Economics
E303 Survey of International Economics (3 cr.) S & H

English
E301 Literatures in English to 1600 (3 cr.) A & H
E302 Literatures in English, 1600-1800 (3 cr.) A & H
E303 Literatures in English, 1800-1900 (3 cr.) A & H
E304 Literatures in English, 1900-Present (3 cr.) A & H
L305 Chaucer (3 cr.) A & H
L306 Middle English Literature (3 cr.) A & H
L308 Elizabethan and Seventeenth-Century Drama (3 cr.) A & H
L309 Elizabethan Poetry (3 cr.) A & H
L313 Early Plays of Shakespeare (3 cr.) A & H
L314 Late Plays of Shakespeare (3 cr.) A & H
L317 English Poetry of the Early Seventeenth Century (3 cr.) A & H
L318 Milton (3 cr.) A & H
L320 Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century Literature (3 cr.) A & H
L327 Later Eighteenth-Century Literature (3 cr.) A & H
L332 Romantic Literature (3 cr.) A & H
L335 Victorian Literature (3 cr.) A & H
L345 Twentieth-Century British Poetry (3 cr.) A & H
L346 Twentieth-Century British Fiction (3 cr.) A & H
L347 British Fiction to 1800 (3 cr.) A & H
L348 Nineteenth-Century British Fiction (3 cr.) A & H
L365 Modern Drama: Continental (3 cr.) A & H
L366 Modern Drama: English, Irish, American, and Post-Colonial (3 cr.) A & H
L369 Studies in British and American Authors (3 cr.) A & H
L373 Interdisciplinary Approaches to English and American Literature I (3 cr.) A & H
L375 Studies in Jewish Literature (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
L378 Studies in Women and Literature (3 cr.) A & H
L380 Literary Modernism (3 cr.) A & H
L383 Studies in British or Commonwealth Culture (3 cr.) A & H
L389 Feminist Literary and Cultural Criticism (3 cr.) A & H
L390 Children’s Literature (3 cr.) A & H
L395 British and American Film Studies (3 cr.) A & H
L450 Seminar: British and American Authors (3 cr.)

Fine Arts
A226 Survey of Medieval Art (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
A231 The Age of Giants: Art in the Time of Leonardo and Michelangelo (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
A233 Renaissance and Baroque Art in Italy, 1250-1700 (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
A234 Renaissance Florence (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
A310 Topics in Ancient Art (3 cr.) A & H
A311 The Art of the Classical Age of Greece (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
A312 The Art of the Roman Empire from Augustus to Constantine (3 cr.) S & H
A313 Greek Pottery and Painting (3 cr.)
A314 History of Greek Sculpture (3 cr.)
A316 Ancient Art from Alexander the Great to Augustus (3 cr.) A & H
A321 Early Medieval Art (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
A322 Romanesque and Gothic Art (3 cr.) S & H
A323 Illuminated Manuscripts in the Middle Ages: Form, Function, and Audience (3 cr.) A & H
A324 The Gothic Cathedral (3 cr.)
A325 Medieval Architecture (3 cr.) S & H
A329 Topics in Medieval Art (3 cr.) A & H
A330 Art of Renaissance and Baroque (3 cr.) S & H
A331 Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century Art in Italy (3 cr.) S & H
A332 Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Art in Southern Europe (3 cr.) S & H
A333 From Van Eyck to Vermeer (3 cr.) S & H
A334 High Renaissance and Mannerism: Italian Art, 1490-1590 (3 cr.) S & H
A335 Baroque Art in Italy, 1580-1700 (3 cr.) S & H
A337 Age of Rubens and Rembrandt (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
A340 Topics in Modern Art (3 cr.)
A341 Nineteenth-Century European Art (3 cr.) S & H
A342 Twentieth-Century Art (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
A347 Picasso (3 cr.) A & H
A349 Dada and Surrealism (3 cr.)
A410 Topics in Ancient Art (4 cr.) S & H
A412 (CLAS C412) The Art and Archaeology of the Aegean (3 cr.) A & H
A413 (CLAS C413) The Art and Archaeology of Greece (3 cr.) A & H
A414 (CLAS C414) The Art and Archaeology of Rome (3 cr.) A & H
A415 Roman Painting (4 cr.) S & H
A416 Greek Architecture (4 cr.)
A417 Roman Sculpture (4 cr.) S & H
A418 Roman Architecture (4 cr.)
A421 Early Christian Art (4 cr.) S & H
A423 Romanesque Art (4 cr.) S & H
A424 Gothic Art (4 cr.) S & H
A425 Byzantine Art (4 cr.) S & H
A426 History of Medieval Stained Glass (3 cr.)
A432 Sixteenth-Century Art in Northern Italy (4 cr.)
A436 Italian Art of the Fifteenth Century (4 cr.) S & H
A437 Early Netherlandish Painting (4 cr.) S & H
A440 Nineteenth-Century Painting (4 cr.) CSB
A441 Nineteenth-Century Painting II (4 cr.) CSB
A442 Twentieth-Century Art, 1900-1924 (4 cr.) CSB
A449 Twentieth-Century Art, 1925-1970 (4 cr.)
A450 History of Photography (4 cr.)

Folklore and Ethnomusicology
F312 European Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music (3 cr.) A & H, CSB

French and Italian
F300 Reading and Expression in French (3 cr.) A & H
F303 Theater and the Essay: Form, Themes, and Ideas (3 cr.) A & H
F304 Novel and Poetry: Form, Themes, and Ideas (3 cr.) A & H
F305 Théâtre et essai (3 cr.) A & H
F306 Roman et poésie (3 cr.) A & H
F310 Topics in French Literature in Translation (3 cr.) A & H, CSB (Topics vary.)
F313-F314 Advanced Grammar and Composition I-II (3-3 cr.)
F315 Phonetics and Pronunciation (3 cr.)
F316 Conversational Practice (3 cr.)
F317 French in the Business World (3 cr.) S & H
F333 Intensive Writing in French Culture (3 cr.) CSB
F350 The Writer and Public Issues in Twentieth-Century France (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
F361 Introduction historique à la civilization française I (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
F362 Introduction historique à la civilization française II (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
F363 Introduction à la France moderne (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
F375 Thèmes et perspectives littéraires (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
F401 Structure and Development of French (3 cr.)
F402 Introduction to French Linguistics (3 cr.)
F410 French Literature of the Middle Ages (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
F413 French Renaissance (3 cr.) A & H
F423 Seventeenth-Century French Literature (3 cr.)
F424 Ideas and Culture in Seventeenth-Century France (3 cr.)
F435 Enlightenment Narrative (3 cr.) A & H
F436 Voltaire, Diderot, and Rousseau (3 cr.) A & H
F443 Nineteenth-Century Novel I (3 cr.) A & H
F444 Nineteenth-Century Novel II (3 cr.) A & H
F445 Nineteenth-Century Drama (3 cr.)
F446 Poésie du dix-neuvième siècle (3 cr.) A & H
F450 Colloquium in French Studies (2-3 cr.) A & H, CSA
F451 Colloquium in French Studies—Literature and Arts (2-3 cr.) A & H, CSB
F453 Le Roman au 20e siècle I (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
F454 Le Roman au 20e siècle II (3 cr.)
F456 La Poésie au 20e siècle (3 cr.) A & H
F459 Le Théâtre au 20e siècle (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
F461 La France contemporaine (3 cr.) CSB
F463 civilization française I (3 cr.) CSA
F464 civilization française II (3 cr.) CSB
F474 Thème et version (3 cr.)
M234 Florence in Florence (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
M235 Rome, the City and the Myth (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
M300 Italian Conversation and Diction (3 cr.)
M301 Italian Reading and Expression (4 cr.)
M305 Civiltà italiana moderna (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
M306 Italian Short Stories from the Political Unification to the Present (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
M307-M308 Masterpieces of Italian Literature I-II (3-3 cr.) (M307) A & H, CSA; (M308) A & H, CSB
M333 Dante and His Times (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
M334 Power and Imagination in Renaissance Italy (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
M345 Literature of Italian Renaissance Art (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
M403 Italian Renaissance Epic (3 cr.) A & H
M435 Theatre Workshop (3 cr.)
M445 Risorgimento (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
M446 Nineteenth-Century Italian Literature (3 cr.)
M453 Twentieth-Century Italian Literature and Culture (3 cr.) A & H
M455 Readings in the Italian Cinema (3 cr.) A & H
M456 Il Decadentismo Italiano (3 cr.)
M463 Contemporary and Popular Italian Culture (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
M474 Temi e versioni (2-4 cr.)
S300 Reading and Expression in French-Honors (3 cr.) A & H

Gender Studies
G290 Two Centuries of Feminist Thought (3 cr.) A & H

Germanic Studies
G300 Deutsch: Mittelstufe I (3 cr.)
G305 Introduction to German Literature: Types (3 cr.) A & H
G306 Introduction to German Literature: Themes (3 cr.) A & H
G330 Deutsch: Mittelstufe II (4 cr.)
G350 Vikings and Sagas (3 cr.) A & H
G362 Deutsche Landeskunde (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
G363 Deutsche Kulturgeschichte (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
G364 German Cultural History (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
G375 Conversational German (2 cr.)
G396 German Language Abroad (1-6 cr.)
G400 Deutsch: Oberstufe (4 cr.)
G403 Deutsche Literatur: Mittelater bis Romantik (3 cr.) A & H
G404 Deutsche Literatur seit der Romantik (3 cr.) A & H
G415 Perspectives on German Literature (3 cr.) A & H
G416 Studies in German Authors (3 cr.) A & H
G448 The Sounds of Modern German (3 cr.) N & M
G451 Introduction to the Structure of Modern German (3 cr.) N & M
G458 Principles of German Word Formation (3 cr.) N & M
G464 Kultur und Gesellschaft (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
V400 Contemporary Germany (3 cr.) S & H, CSB
V406 Literature and Society since 1945 (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
Y300 Topics in Yiddish Literature (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
Y350 Topics in Yiddish Culture (3 cr.) A & H, CSA

History
B321 Modern Jewish History: from Expulsion to Revolution (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B322 Jews in the Modern World (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B323 History of the Holocaust (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B324 Zionism and the State of Israel (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B325 Christian-Jewish Relations (3 cr.) S & H
B342 Women in Medieval Society (3 cr.) S & H
B343 Medieval Sexuality (3 cr.) S & H
B351 Western Europe in the Early Middle Ages (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B352 Western Europe in the High and Later Middle Ages (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B353 The Renaissance (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B354 The Reformation (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B355 Europe: Louis XIV to French Revolution (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B356 French Revolution and Napoleon (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
B358 The Industrial Revolution and the Economic Development of Europe (3 cr.) S & H
B359-B360 Europe from Napoleon to the First World War I-II (3-3 cr.) S & H, CSB
B400 Issues in Western European History (3 cr.) S & H
J400 Seminar in History (3 cr.) S & H
W325 World War II: The Peoples (3 cr.) S & H

History and Philosophy of Science
X338 Science and Religion (3 cr.) A & H
X370 Science and Gender (3 cr.) S & H
X371 Topics in the Science of Sex and Gender (3 cr.)
X390 Space, Time, and Relativity (3 cr.) A & H
X451 Scientific Understanding (3 cr.) A & H
X452 Modern Philosophy of Science (3 cr.) A & H
X456 Philosophy of Science in Antiquity (3 cr.) A & H

International Studies
I300 Topics in International Studies (W. European Topics) (3 cr.)
I325 International Issues through Foreign Languages (W. European Topics) (1 cr.)

Medieval Studies
M390 Studies in Medieval Culture (2-4 cr.)
M490 Topics in Medieval Studies (2-4 cr.)

Philosophy
P201 Ancient Greek Philosophy (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
P205 Modern Jewish Philosophy (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
P211 Modern Philosophy: Descartes through Kant (3 cr.) A & H
P301 Medieval Philosophy (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
P304 Nineteenth-Century Philosophy (3 cr.) A & H
P305 Topics in the Philosophy of Judaism (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
P330 Marxist Philosophy (3 cr.) A & H
P332 Feminism and Value (3 cr.) A & H
P335 Phenomenology and Existentialism (3 cr.) A & H
P340 Classics in Ethics (3 cr.) A & H
P343 Classics in Social and Political Philosophy (3 cr.) A & H
P345 Problems in Social and Political Philosophy (3 cr.) A & H
P346 Classics in Philosophy of Art (3 cr.) A & H
P347 Contemporary Controversies in Philosophy of Art (3 cr.) A & H
P371 Philosophy of Religion (3 cr.) A & H

Political Science
Y351 Political Simulations (Model EU) (1-3 cr.)
Y352 The Holocaust and Politics (3 cr.) S & H, CSA
Y353 The Politics of Gender and Sexuality S & H, CSA
Y361 Contemporary Theories of International Politics (3 cr.) S & H
Y362 International Politics of Selected Regions (Europe) (3 cr.) S & H
Y363 Comparative Foreign Policy (3 cr.) S & H
Y372 The Analysis of International Politics (3 cr.) S & H
Y375 War and International Conflict (3 cr.) S & H
Y376 International Political Economy (3 cr.) S & H

Religious Studies
R330 Christianity, 408-1500 (3 cr.) A & H
R331 Christianity, 1500-2000 (3 cr.) A & H
R333 Religion and Its Critics (3 cr.) A & H
R340 Contemporary Religious Thought (3 cr.) A & H
R342 Religious Thought in Medieval Judaism (3 cr.) A & H
R345 Religious Issues in Contemporary Judaism (W. European Topics) (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
R360 Comparative Study of Religious Phenomena (W. European Topics) (3 cr.) A & H
R362 Religion in Literature (W. European Topics) (3 cr.) A & H
R364 Feminist Critique of Western Religion (W. European Topics) (3 cr.) A & H
R372 Love and Justice (3 cr.) A & H
R374 From Christian Ethics to Social Criticism I (3 cr.) A & H
R375 From Christian Ethics to Social Criticism II (3 cr.) A & H
R376 War and Peace in Western Religion (3 cr.) A & H
R420 Religion in the Ancient Mediterranean World (3 cr.) A & H
R425 Gnostic Religion and Literature (3 cr.) A & H
R430 Topics in the History of Christianity (W. European Topics) (3 cr.) A & H

Spanish and Portuguese
S310 Spanish Grammar and Composition (3 cr.)
S312 Introduction to Expository Writing in Spanish (3 cr.)
S315 Spanish in the Business World (3 cr.)
S317 Spanish Conversation and Diction (3 cr.)
S326 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics (3 cr.) N & M
S332 The Hispanic World II (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
S333 The Hispanic World (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
S407 Survey of Spanish Literature I (3 cr.) A & H
S408 Survey of Spanish Literature II (3 cr.) A & H
S411 Spain: The Cultural Context (3 cr.) A & H, CSB
S417 Hispanic Poetry (3 cr.) A & H
S418 Hispanic Drama (3 cr.) A & H
S419 Modern Spanish Prose Fiction (3 cr.) A & H
S421 Advanced Grammar and Composition (2 cr.)
S423 The Craft of Translation (3 cr.)
S425 Spanish Phonetics (3 cr.) N & M
S428 Applied Spanish Linguistics (3 cr.)
S450 Don Quixote (3 cr.) A & H
S470 Women and Hispanic Literature (3 cr.) A & H
S473 Hispanic Literature and Literary Theory (3 cr.) A & H
S474 Hispanic Literature and Society (3 cr.) A & H
S495 Hispanic Colloquium (W. European Topic) (1-3 cr.)
C400 Catalan Language and Culture I (3 cr.)
C410 Catalan Language and Culture II (3 cr.)
C450 Catalan Literature (3 cr.) A & H
P311 Advanced Grammar and Composition in Portuguese (3 cr.)
P317 Reading and Conversation in Portuguese (3 cr.)
P400 Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World I (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
P401 Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World II (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
P405 Literature and Film in Portuguese (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
P425 Structure of Portuguese Language (3 cr.)
P470 Poetry in Portuguese (3 cr.) A & H, CSA
P475 Theater in Portuguese (3 cr.) A & H, CSA

Telecommunications
T313 Comparative Media Systems (3 cr.) S & H
T427 International Telecommunications (3 cr.) S & H

Theatre and Drama
T323 Costume and Character in London Theatre (3 cr.)
T370-T371 History of Western Theatre and Drama I-II (33 cr.) (T370) A & H, CSA, (T372) A & H, CSB
T461-T462 Development of Dramatic Art II-III (3-3 cr.) A & H, CSB

Kelley School of Business
D300 International Business Administration (3 cr.)
D301 International Business Environment (3 cr.)
D302 International Business: Operating International Enterprises (3 cr.)
F494 International Finance (3 cr.)
G494 Public Policy and the International Economy (3 cr.)

School of Education
H340 Education and American Culture (3 cr.)
School of Journalism
J414 International News-Gathering Systems (3 cr.)
J460 Reporting Foreign Affairs (3 cr.)
J462 History of 20th Century Photography (3 cr.)

Jacobs School of Music
M401-M402 History and Literature of Music I-II (4-4 cr.)
M410 Composer or Genre (W. European Topics) (3 cr.)
Z301 Rock Music in the 70s and 80s (3 cr.)
Z401 The Music of the Beatles (3 cr.)

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