2021 DC Seminar on Contemporary Europe
2021 Seminar on Contemporary Europe
Instructor: William Collins Donahue
EURO 33010, CRN 21099: 3.0 Credits
EURO 63010, CRN 21169: 1.0 Credits
This multi-disciplinary seminar confronts some of the most pressing challenges facing the European-American relationship today, including the refugee crisis, migration, the future of the EU without Britain, right-wing populism, and the fraught relationship with Russia, among others.
The course features an all-expenses-paid (travel, most food and lodging) week-long class residency in Washington DC during fall break to bring students into dialogue with experts in contemporary European and global affairs. The course meets once per week in the evening and culminates in a poster session before Thanksgiving.
Hosted by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies and the Initiative on Global Europe, in partnership with the prestigious Brookings Institution.
The course is open to undergraduate and graduate students; space is limited and departmental approval is required. Submit your application by Wednesday, May 5 at 11:59 pm ET.