Welcome to Transnational European Studies, an interdisciplinary minor at the University of Georgia! This program enjoys the support of numerous departments throughout campus, and is the joint initiative of the Department of History and Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies.
This fall, students can begin coursework for this minor by enrolling in FCID 2000: Transnational Europe, or FYOS 1001: Transnational Europe. Instructor: Dr. Benjamin Ehlers. 1.0 credit; course meets every other Wednesday, 1:25-3:20.
Through the completion of this program, undergraduate students will gain historical, cultural, political, and linguistic knowledge of Europe. This minor encourages students to think both broadly and critically as they develop language skills and intercultural competency, exploring European cultures in their diversity and history. Transnational European Studies is not only of value to students, but also seeks to bring together faculty from a variety of departments for an interesting and worthwhile intellectual exchange.
Announcements & Events
"Capitalism and Slavery in the Joint-Stock Economy"
Tuesday, April 18, 2017 | 12:30 pm
Joseph Kelly, Franklin College-University of Liverpool 2017 Graduate Research Fellow. This talk will explore the debate surrounding the slave-ownership of the Imperial Brazilian Mining Association, a British-owned gold mining company. Pizza will be served.
Sponsored by Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Liverpool, and the History Department.
Location: LeConte Hall 101
More information on our events page
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