Multicultural Europe

History C176

Fall 2005
Instructor: 
Holub
Location: 
101 LSA
Day & Time: 
TuTh 2-3:30
CCN: 
39412
Units: 
Units

In this course, we will trace some of the substantive changes and transformations taking place in contemporary Europe in the areas of culture, society, and politics. In particular, we will look at the effects of massive migration flows--due to globalization processes--on the national culture of the core countries and examine the ways in which particular national cultures react to the increasing multiculturalization of Europe. The goal of the course is, first of all, to familiarize students with a variety of cultural, social, and political innovations that accompany the formation of multicultural Europe. This involves (1) an examination of the traditional concepts of nationhood and citizenship, and (2) a study of the Europeanization of culture.

Notes: 

Also listed as Geography C152, Interdisciplinary Studies C145, and International and Area Studies C145.