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.
The capstone course for Transnational European Studies, FCID 4000, will be offered in Spring 2022.
In fall 2021, students can begin coursework for the minor by enrolling in FCID 2000: Transnational Europe, a 1.0-credit seminar scheduled for Wednesdays, 1:50-3:45, LeConte Hall 320.
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.
Join us for these academic events on European themes, and let us know of other items to include in our calendar: email@example.com
Wed. and Thurs., Sept. 14-15, 10-3 pm
UGA Study Away Fair, Tate Student Center, 3rd floor
Friday, Sept. 17, 3 pm
Documenting the Body of State: Paper and the Archive of Early American Constitutionalism
Dr. Asheesh Kapur Siddique
Wednesday, September 29, 5-6:30 on Zoom
Christy Pichichero, George Mason University
Title: TALKING B(L)ACK: Theorizing Race and its Intersections in Critical Eighteenth-Century Studies
Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2 pm
Join Asen Kirin, Parker Curator of Russian Art, for a gallery talk on a selection of Russian portraits from the Belosselsky-Belozersky family collection.
Georgia Museum of Art
Thursday, Oct. 7, 1 pm. Virtual event
Alan Parks, author of the Harry McCoy series of Glasgow noir mysteries, will take part in a conversation with Nicholas Allen, Professor in Humanities at UGA and director of the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts.
Thursday, Oct. 14, 3 pm. Virtual event
"Making the PBS documentary, Searching for Sequoyah, and what Sequoyah and the Cherokees mean to the world today," University of Georgia Professor LeAnne Howe (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma), and University of Oklahoma Professor Joshua Nelson (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma).
Thursday, Oct. 14, 4 pm. Virtual event
Lecture: Anthony Amore: “Stealing Rembrandts”
Anthony Amore, director of security and chief investigator at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, will share stories and insights regarding art theft and the people and reasons behind it.
Thursday, Oct. 28, 1 pm. Virtual event
Nell Andrew, associate professor of art history at UGA, will take part in a conversation with Nicholas Allen, director of the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. The conversation will center on Andrew's 2020 book Moving Modernism: The Urge to Abstraction in Painting, Dance, Cinema, which recovers performances, working methods, and circles of aesthetic influence for avant-garde dance pioneers and experimental filmmakers from the turn of the century to the interwar period in Europe.
Useful resources for events:
FYO website, https://fyo.uga.edu/BrowseEvents.aspx
Willson Center for Humanities and Arts,
Georgia Museum of Art, https://georgiamuseum.org/
Special Collections Library, https://www.libs.uga.edu/scl