EURO 500 A - Dialogue on Europe
Exploration of a variety of subjects about the European Union and EU-US relations and comparative perspectives. This transatlantic relationship will be studied via a series of expert lectures offered by University of Illinois faculty and visiting scholars. Course Information: 2 graduate hours. No professional credit. Approved for Letter and S/U grading. May be repeated to a maximum of 4 hours in separate terms if topics vary. Prerequisite: Priority given to students in the MAEUS and EUC FLAS Fellowship programs, other graduate students welcome by permission of the instructors.
This graduate-level seminar is a roundtable discussion exploring a variety of topics related to Europe, transatlantic relations, the European Union, and the peripheries. Students will have an opportunity to participate in regular conversations about current issues ranging from cultural policies, migration, economic policies, bureaucratic politics, labor, electoral processes, sports, popular culture, and other topics of high salience. The seminar aims to improve students- analytical and critical skills by applying relevant theories from European Union Studies to current events. Students are encouraged to explore their research interests in relation to these issues. Undergraduates need prior approval from instructor to register for this course. Not intended for undergrad.
Academic Program Restrictions:
MA: European Union Studies
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate