The major in European studies is part of the program in International and Area Studies.

The European studies concentration focuses on the New Europe and its historical and cultural contexts, attempting to understand the European contribution to world politics and cultural exchange. It involves study of both traditional and new European cultural products (literature, film, visual art and electronic media) and also of European institutions and contexts. This concentration will educate students interested in understanding Europe for its own sake, but also as the continent connects with other parts of the world. It is committed to interdisciplinary approaches, and students may take courses in the traditional language-and-literature disciplines, as well as in anthropology, art history, economics, history, philosophy and political science. The concentration defines the geography of modern Europe to include the Atlantic world, as well as its Eurasian and Mediterranean neighbors. We offer advanced course work in most major European languages (including French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish) as well as study abroad opportunities in all these languages.

Contact:Toni Loomis
Phone:314-935-5073
Email:aloomis@wustl.edu
Website:http://ias.wustl.edu

The Major in International and Area Studies Concentration in European Studies

The IAS concentration in European studies focuses on the new Europe and its historical and cultural contexts, attempting to understand the European contribution to world politics and cultural exchange. It involves the study of both traditional and new European cultural products (literature, film, visual art and electronic media) and also of European institutions and contexts. This concentration will educate students interested both in understanding Europe for its own sake and in exploring how the continent connects with other parts of the world. It is committed to interdisciplinary approaches, and students may take courses in the traditional language and literature disciplines, as well as in anthropology, art history, economics, film, history, music, philosophy and political science. The concentration defines the geography of modern Europe to include the Atlantic world, as well as its Eurasian and Mediterranean neighbors.

This concentration requires 36 units of course work:

  • 3 units of introductory course work (100- or 200-level)
  • 3 units of European history course work (300-level or above from history department offerings on Europe)
  • 3 units of non-European world area course work (any level)
  • 27 units of advanced course work from a minimum of three different academic disciplines (at least one course must focus on gender, race or class, and at least two must be at the 400 level)

Additional requirements and regulations:

  • Completion of all IAS course work with a grade of C+ or higher.
  • Students must satisfy the standard IAS foreign language requirement (the successful completion of four semesters of one language appropriate to their concentration) with a European language.
  • One semester of language must be completed before declaring the major.
  • We strongly encourage students to study abroad. For those students who do not study abroad, an additional 3-unit course at the 300 or 400 level is required.
  • We strongly prefer students to select a study abroad location consistent with their chosen language of study (e.g., students who wish to study in Spain must satisfy their language requirement with either Spanish or Portuguese).
  • Majors must choose their upper-level course work from a minimum of three academic disciplines (for example: anthropology, art history, economics, film, history, literature, music, philosophy and political science).
  • No more than 3 credits may be from directed readings, research or independent study excluding the honors thesis.
  • The advanced credits must be unique to the IAS major.
  • All prime IAS majors must complete a capstone experience.

N.B.: A single course may satisfy more than one of the distribution requirements (disciplinary; race, gender, class; or world area). Some of these requirements may be completed while abroad.

Introductory course work (choose one from this list, 3 units):

History 102CWestern Civilization3
IAS 129Perspectives on Migration: History, Memory and the Making of Modern Europe3
IAS 244Introduction to European Studies3

Non-European area course work (3 units):

We consider world areas to be Africa, East Asia, Latin America, the Middle East or South Asia. Courses that may be used to satisfy this requirement may include advanced area specific courses or the following:

AFAS 209BAfrican Studies: An Introduction3
AFAS 2230The African Diaspora: Black Internationalism Across Time and Space3
AMCS 250Topics in Asian-American Studies3
Art-Arch 111Introduction to Asian Art3
East Asia 227CChinese Civilization3
History 2157Freshman Seminar: The Meaning of Pakistan: History, Culture, Art3
History 2171Who Died and Made Them Kings? People, Politics and Power in the Atlantic World, 1500-18003
IAS 135Freshman Seminar — Chinatown: Migration, Identity and Space3
Japan 226CJapanese Civilization3
JINE 208FHistory, Text and Identity: Introduction to Jewish Civilization3
JINE 210CIntroduction to Islamic Civilization3
Korean 223CKorean Civilization3
LatAm 165DLatin America: Nation, Ethnicity and Social Conflict3
Russ 215CIntroduction to Russian Civilization3

Advanced course work: Choose nine courses from current European focused course offerings in the following departments*. All courses must be approved by the student's IAS adviser in order to count for the major. Visit the concentration webpage and master course list for full options.

  • African and African-American Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Art History
  • Classics
  • Drama
  • Economics
  • Film and Media Studies
  • History
  • Interdisciplinary Project in the Humanities
  • International and Area Studies
  • Languages and Literatures
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Russian Studies
  • Urban Studies
  • Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

*Students may petition to add a course by following the instructions on the IAS FAQs webpage.

Additional Information

Language Requirement for the Major in European Studies/International and Area Studies: All IAS majors and minors must satisfy a foreign language requirement, which entails the successful completion of four semesters of a language appropriate to their concentration while at Washington University. For some students, this may mean the first four semesters of a language; for others who place into advanced language classes, and with approval from IAS language faculty, this may include literature, culture, oral communication and linguistics courses in the target language, once they complete the basic language sequence. Advanced courses in literature, social sciences and culture used to satisfy this requirement may be counted as advanced credit for IAS majors and minors as long as they are cross-listed with IAS or approved for IAS study abroad credit and are not applied toward a language major or minor. A maximum of two of these classes may be completed while abroad on a Washington University-approved program in the target language (may be within the same semester abroad). Native speakers of a foreign language must satisfy the four-semester requirement in another language appropriate to their concentration. Heritage speakers must seek appropriate placement by the coordinator of the language program and complete the four-semester requirement.

Study Abroad: Majors are strongly encouraged to study abroad in one of Washington University's Overseas Programs during junior year or the summer. Some credit for courses taken abroad may be applied to the major. For those who do not study abroad, an additional 3-credit course at the 300 or 400 level is required.

Senior HonorsStudents must confidently expect to graduate with an overall GPA of 3.65 or higher. Students must have maintained a 3.65 grade point average through the sixth semester in order to qualify for Senior Honors. Students should enroll in IAS 485 Preparation for IAS Honors Thesis in the fall of senior year (under the corresponding section number of the faculty member overseeing the student's thesis), and in IAS 486 IAS Senior Honors Thesis in the spring of senior year in order to be properly tracked by the IAS capstone coordinator.

There is no minor offered in European studies.

Visit https://courses.wustl.edu to view semester offerings for L79 EuSt.


L79 EuSt 244 Introduction to European Studies


Same as L97 IAS 244

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3024 International Institutions


Same as L32 Pol Sci 3024

Credit 3 units. A&S: SS A&S IQ: SSC Arch: SSC Art: SSC BU: IS EN: S


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L79 EuSt 3093 Politics of the European Union


Same as L32 Pol Sci 3093

Credit 3 units. A&S: SS A&S IQ: SSC BU: IS EN: S


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L79 EuSt 313 Topics in English and American Literature


Same as L14 E Lit 313

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM BU: HUM


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L79 EuSt 313E Introduction to Comparative Arts


Same as L16 Comp Lit 313E

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM BU: HUM


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L79 EuSt 3191 The European Avant-Garde: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities, 20th Century


Same as L93 IPH 3191

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 320 British Cinema: A History


Same as L53 Film 320

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3221 Topics: The Jewish Experience in Italy


Same as L36 Ital 3221

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3224 Topics in Italian: Basilisks to Botticelli: the Birth, Development and Politics of Museums in Italy


Same as L36 Ital 3224

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 323 The Cinema of Eastern Europe in the Cold War Era


Same as L53 Film 323

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3240 Italian Literature II (WI)


Same as L36 Ital 324W

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, LA, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, LS, WI BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3250 French Film Culture


Same as L53 Film 325

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3256 French Literature I: Dramatic Voices: Poets and Playwrights


Same as L34 French 325

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, LS BU: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3262 French Literature II: Narrative Voices: Fiction and Nonfiction


Same as L34 French 326

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, LS BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 328 History of German Cinema


Same as L53 Film 328

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3290 Italian Neorealism


Same as L53 Film 329

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3318 Topics in Holocaust Studies


Same as L21 German 331

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM BU: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 332 Topics in Film Studies: Italian Cinema


Same as L36 Ital 332

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM BU: IS


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L79 EuSt 3331 The Holocaust: History and Memory


Same as L22 History 333

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, SD A&S IQ: HUM, SD Art: HUM BU: ETH, HUM, IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3350 Becoming "Modern": Emancipation, Antisemitism and Nationalism in Modern Jewish History


Same as L22 History 335C

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM BU: ETH, HUM


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L79 EuSt 3356 Out of the Shtetl: Jewish Life in Central and Eastern Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries


Same as L22 History 3350

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 336 Cinema and Ireland


Same as L53 Film 336

Credit 3 units. A&S: LA, CD A&S IQ: LCD BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 340 History of World Cinema


Same as L53 Film 340

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD BU: HUM, IS


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L79 EuSt 3400 German Literature and the Modern Era


Same as L21 German 340C

Credit variable, maximum 4 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM BU: ETH, IS


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L79 EuSt 341 German Thought and the Modern Era


Same as L21 German 341

Credit variable, maximum 4 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: ETH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3416 War, Genocide and Gender in Modern Europe


Same as L22 History 3416

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, SD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, SD BU: BA, IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3445 Riots and Revolution: A History of Modern France from 1789 to the Present


Same as L22 History 3445

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3453 Modern Germany


Same as L22 History 3450

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3460 British Enlightenment Culture


Same as L14 E Lit 346

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3482 Masterpieces of Literature II


Same as L14 E Lit 348

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3500 The 19th-Century Russian Novel (WI)


Same as L39 Russ 350C

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, SD, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, SD, WI Art: HUM BU: HUM


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L79 EuSt 3520 Introduction to Postcolonial Literature and Theory


Same as L14 E Lit 3520

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, SD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD BU: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3554 Revolution with an Accent: The Haitian and French Revolution, 1770-1805


Same as L22 History 3554

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, SD A&S IQ: HUM, SD EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3559 Socialist and Secular? A Social History of the Soviet Union


Same as L22 History 3559

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, SD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, SD BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 356 20th-Century Russian History


Same as L22 History 356C

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM BU: IS


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L79 EuSt 3560 Russia and the West


Same as L93 IPH 3560

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3584 Music in the Holocaust: Portrayals in Sound from Past and Present


Same as L75 JINE 3584

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3598 The First World War and the Making of Modern Europe


Same as L22 History 3598

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 359C Topics in European History: Modern European Women


Same as L22 History 359

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, SD A&S IQ: HUM, SD Art: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3601 The Traffic in Women and Contemporary European Cinema


Same as L93 IPH 360

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, SD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 364 Anarchism: History, Theory, and Praxis


Same as L97 IAS 364

Credit 3 units. A&S: SS A&S IQ: SSC BU: BA EN: S


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L79 EuSt 3640 Literature and Ethics


Same as L16 Comp Lit 364

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM BU: ETH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 366 Women and Film


Same as L53 Film 366

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, SD A&S IQ: HUM, SD BU: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 374 Russian Literature and Empire


Same as L97 IAS 374

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, SD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, SD BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3750 Topics in Russian Lit and Culture: Madmen or Visionaries? (WI)


Same as L97 IAS 3750

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, WI BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3760 Cinema and Society


Same as L34 French 376C

Credit 3 units. A&S: LA A&S IQ: LCD, LS Art: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3783 Modern Art 1905-1960


Same as L01 Art-Arch 3782

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH BU: HUM


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L79 EuSt 3784 The Modernist Project: Art in Europe and the US, 1905-1980


Same as L01 Art-Arch 3783

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 379 Russians Abroad: Literature, Migration, Identity


Same as L97 IAS 379

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3833 Realism and Impressionism


Same as L01 Art-Arch 3833

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH Art: AH BU: HUM


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L79 EuSt 3838 Modern Art in Fin-de-Siècle Europe, 1880-1907


Same as L01 Art-Arch 3838

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH BU: HUM


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L79 EuSt 3850 Topics in Comparative Literature


Same as L16 Comp Lit 385

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 3875 Rejecting Reason: Dada and Surrealism in Europe and the United States


Same as L01 Art-Arch 3875

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH BU: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3880 The Russian Revolution: Writing-Intensive Seminar


Same as L22 History 38R8

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, WI A&S IQ: HUM, WI BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 3892 Modern Sculpture: Canova to Koons


Same as L01 Art-Arch 3892

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 390 Topics in Migration and Identity


Same as L97 IAS 390

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 396 Comintern: The Communist International's Global Impact


Same as L97 IAS 396

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4101 German Literature and Culture: 1750-1830


Same as L21 German 4101

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, LS, WI Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4102 German Literature and Culture, 1830-1914


Same as L21 German 4102

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, LS, WI Art: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4103 German Literature and Culture: 1914 to the Present


Same as L21 German 4103

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, LS, WI Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4104 Studies in Genre


Same as L21 German 4104

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, LS, WI Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4105 Topics in German Studies


Same as L21 German 4105

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, LS, WI Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 415 The 19th-Century French Novel: From Realism to Naturalism to Huysmans


Same as L34 French 415

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4191 The French Islands: From Code Noir to Conde


Same as L34 French 4191

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD EN: H


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L79 EuSt 422 Europe, Questions of Identity and Unity


Same as L97 IAS 422

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD BU: BA EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4224 The 1904 St. Louis World's Fair: German and Austrian Art Exhibited


Same as L97 IAS 4224

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4225 European Utopian Settlements in the American Midwest (1814-1864): Diversity and Antislavery


Same as L97 IAS 4225

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4244 19th- and 20th-Century French Poetry


Same as L34 French 424

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4280 The New Sicilian School


Same as L36 Ital 428

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 430 Divergent Voices: Italian Women Writers


Same as L36 Ital 430

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, SD A&S IQ: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 432 Divergent Voices: Italian Women Writers


Same as L36 Ital 432

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, SD, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, SD Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 433 Literature of the Italian Enlightenment


Same as L36 Ital 433

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, WI Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4366 Europe's New Diversities


Same as L48 Anthro 4366

Credit 3 units. A&S: SS A&S IQ: SSC Art: SSC EN: S


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L79 EuSt 437 Caffe, Cadavers, Comedy, and Castrati: Italy and the Age of the Grand Tour


Same as L36 Ital 437

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, WI A&S IQ: HUM, LCD BU: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4382 Aesthetics


Same as L16 Comp Lit 438

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4442 The Jewish Experience in Eastern Europe


Same as L22 History 4442

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD


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L79 EuSt 4480 Russian Intellectual History


Same as L22 History 4480

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: IS EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4481 Writing Culture


Same as L48 Anthro 4481

Credit 3 units. A&S: SS, WI A&S IQ: SSC, WI Art: SSC


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L79 EuSt 4482 Russian History to the 18th Century


Same as L22 History 448C

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM BU: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4485 Topics in Irish Literature I


Same as L14 E Lit 4485

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 449 Imperial Russia


Same as L22 History 449C

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4492 The Irish Literary Revival


Same as L14 E Lit 4492

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH


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L79 EuSt 4560 English Novel of the 19th Century


Same as L14 E Lit 456

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 458 Major Film Directors


Same as L53 Film 458

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM BU: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4615 Caricature: The Culture and Politics of Satire


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4615

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4720 19th-Century Spanish Novel


Same as L38 Span 472

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 475 Screening the Holocaust


Same as L53 Film 475

Credit 3 units. A&S IQ: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4770 Cosmopolitan and Native Modernisms: The US and Europe Between the Wars


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4770

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4816 Art and Culture in Fin-de-Siècle Europe


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4816

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH Art: AH


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L79 EuSt 4854 Gauguin in Polynesia: the Late Career


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4854

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4856 French Art and Politics in the Belle Epoque


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4856

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4859 Visualizing Orientalism: Art, Cinema and the Imaginary East 1850-2000


Same as L53 Film 485

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, SD A&S IQ: HUM, SD EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4860 20th-Century Spanish Novel


Same as L38 Span 486

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4861 Paul Gauguin in Context


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4861

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH


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L79 EuSt 4864 Exoticism and Primitivism in Modern Art


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4864

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4867 The Impressionist Landscape: Style, Place and Global Legacies 1870-1920


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4867

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM, LCD Art: AH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4869 Reading War and Peace


Same as L97 IAS 4869

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, CD, SD A&S IQ: HUM, LCD, SD EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4878 Cold War Cultures, United States and Europe, ca. 1945-1955


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4878

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: AH EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4879 Marking History: Painting and Sculpture After World War II in the US, France and Germany


Same as L01 Art-Arch 4879

Credit 3 units. A&S IQ: HUM EN: H


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L79 EuSt 491 Postmodernism


Same as L36 Ital 491

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, WI


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L79 EuSt 492 The Italian Detective Novel


Same as L36 Ital 492

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH, WI Art: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4921 The Avant-Garde in Spain: Poetry/Visual Art/Cinema


Same as L38 Span 4921

Credit 3 units. A&S: LA A&S IQ: LCD EN: H


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L79 EuSt 4936 The Unmaking and Remaking of Europe: The Literature and History of the Great War of 1914-1918


Same as L16 Comp Lit 493

Credit 3 units.


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L79 EuSt 4945 Seminar (Comp Lit): Diverse Topics in Literature


Same as L16 Comp Lit 494

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM BU: HUM


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L79 EuSt 4952 Seminar (Comp Lit)


Same as L16 Comp Lit 495

Credit 3 units. A&S: TH A&S IQ: HUM Art: HUM


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Co-Directors

Lynne Tatlock
Hortense and Tobias Lewin Distinguished University Professor in the Humanities
PhD, Indiana University
(Germanic Languages and Literatures)

Seth Graebner
Associate Professor
PhD, Harvard University
(Romance Languages and Literatures; IAS)

Endowed Professors

John R. Bowen
Dunbar-VanCleve Professor in Arts & Sciences
PhD, University of Chicago
(Anthropology)

Elizabeth Childs
Etta and Mark Steinberg Professor of Art History
PhD, Columbia University
(Art History and Archaeology)

Paul Michael Lützeler
Rosa May Distinguished University Professor in the Humanities
PhD, Indiana University
(German and Comparative Literature)

James V. Wertsch
David R. Francis Distinguished Professor
PhD, University of Chicago
(Anthropology; IAS)

Professors

Matt Erlin
PhD, University of California, Berkeley
(Germanic Languages and Literatures)

Rebecca Messbarger
PhD, University of Chicago
(Romance Languages and Literatures)

Stamos Metzidakis
PhD, Columbia University
(Romance Languages and Literatures)

Michael Sherberg
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
(Romance Languages and Literatures)

Akiko Tsuchiya
PhD, Cornell University
(Romance Languages and Literatures)

Associate Professors

Jennifer Kapczynski
PhD, University of California, Berkeley
(Germanic Languages and Literatures)

Corinna Treitel
PhD, Harvard University
(History)

Adjunct Faculty

Sabine Eckmann
Director and Curator, Washington University Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum
PhD, University of Erlangen–Nürnberg and University of Köln
(Art)

Professors Emeriti

Milica Banjanin
PhD, Washington University
(Russian)

Elyane Dezon-Jones
Doctorat de 3e Cycle, University of Paris
(Romance Languages and Literatures)

Steven C. Hause
PhD, Washington University
(History)

Gerald Izenberg
PhD, Harvard University
(History)

Wilhelm Neuefeind
PhD, Universitat Bonn
(Economics)