Social and Political Movements and Institutions

Courses that center upon the analysis of state structures, public and private organizations, and social actors
(see the catalog for details)

  • CLS 255 – History of Ancient Greece
  • CLS 256 – History of Rome
  • ENG 338 – The British Novel II
  • HIS 234 – Early Modern Europe, 1350–1650
  • HIS 235 – Britain in the Modern World I, 1550–1815
  • HIS 236 – Britain in the Modern World II, 1815–present
  • HIS 237 – The Spectacle of Modern France
  • HIS 238 – The Making of Modern Germany
  • HIS 239 – Tyrants and Tunesmiths: Opera, Politics, and Society in Modern Europe
  • HIS 242 – Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union
  • HIS 244 – Ivan and Fritz Go to War: World War II on the Eastern Front
  • HIS 255 – History of Ancient Greece
  • HIS 256 – History of Rome
  • HIS 295 – Sex, Gender, and Family in Early Modern Europe, 1300–1700
  • HIS 331 – Making Knowledge in Early Modern Europe
  • HIS 336 – The European Metropolis (not offered every year)
  • HIS 342 – Stalinism
  • POL 255 – The Politics of New Europe
  • POL 257 – Nationalism
  • POL 273 – Politics of Russia
  • POL 355 – Courts and Politics in Comparative Perspective
  • SOC 280 – Bound by Borders: Sociology of Law and Migration
  • SOC 370 – Members Only: A Political Sociology of Citizenship

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