Study the the formation and transformation of regional identifications, migration and its effects on societies, national mythmaking, and collective memory in the context of national and ethnic diversity and a history of exceptional violence, as well as processes of European integration in the region most affected by Europe’s Cold War division.
Study a country or region in Western Europe through language proficiency, courses and a research project alongside your graduate degree.
Integrate an understanding of Western European history with the study of an official European language.
Consider Asia in terms of specific transnational flows, and combines thematic content, language, and research to create a dynamic, self-designed certificate.
Combine the study of a European language with context of the transatlantic relationship, the history of colonialism, humanities and culture.
Compliment your graduate degree with a regional and intellectual focus on Russia, the former USSR, or Eastern Europe.
Develop a broad understanding of the historical and cultural processes shaping states and societies in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Eurasia.
Integrate an understanding of Mediterranean European history with the study of an official European language.
Supplement your graduate degree with credentials that indicate a specialization in Latin America.
Gain first-hand experience by studying in Latin America for a minimum of six weeks, taking courses about the area, and deepening your language skills.