[Blueboard] EU Program Electives for all majors

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EUROPEAN STUDIES PROGRAM
Electives for First Semester, SY 2012-2103


EU 22	POLICIES AND INSTITUTIONS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
Section A - TTh, 4:30-6:00 - B 209
Mr. Irwin A. Cruz

This course looks at the formation, history and functions of European  
institutions, as well as the policies generated by the European  
integration efforts since the Second World War. These subjects will be  
discussed against the background of the postwar economic history of  
Europe. It covers the relations with international institutions, and  
how specific European Policies are influenced by the international  
institutions.

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EU 111	IDEOLOGICAL INFLUENCES ON THE POLITICS OF CONTEMPORARY EUROPE
Section A - Sat, 1:00-4:00 - K 202
Nastasia L. Tysmans

Europe, both as a regional bloc and by way of its individual  
nation-states, is evolving. This gradual evolution has brought with it  
ideological change and reconstruction. This course will delve into the  
political systems and parties of Europe and the ideological roots of  
the politics of the continent. The course will fuse together a number  
of different elements from Comparative Politics and Political  
Ideology, and combine these with present-day developments in European  
politics.

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EU 142	PERSPECTIVES ON EUROPEAN CULTURAL PRODUCTION
Section A - TTh, 3:00-4:30 - B 205
Manuel R. Enverga III

Cultural products come in a variety of forms, from relatively old  
examples such as paintings, music, and literature to more contemporary  
products such as television, radio, newspapers and film. This course  
examines the phenomenon of European cultural production from various  
perspectives, such as those of producers and those of consumers. Using  
theories from sociology, anthropology and cultural studies, this  
course examines how social factors influence both the way that  
cultural products are produced, as well as the way that consumers  
attach meanings to them.

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EU 144	EUROPE AND THE OTHER: RACE, RELIGION AND MULTICULTURALISM
Section A - Tues, 6:00-9:00 - K 204
Amb. Rosario G. Manalo

This course provides students with various points of view on the  
relations of Europe with its neighbors and its partners throughout the  
world.  Using concepts of race, religion and culture, the course  
examines the different ways that Europe is defined by Europeans  
themselves, and the implications of the meaning on the way Europe  
engages non-Europeans.

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EU 145	EUROPE, GLOBLIZATION AND POPULAR CULTURE
Section A - Wed, 4:30-7:30 - CTC 305
Manuel R. Enverga III

One characteristic of present-day societies is the increasing  
significance of global popular culture in geographic localities, which  
is facilitated by processes of globalization and the spread of  
information and communications technologies. Europe is no less immune  
to this penetration, however, it is also a site where trends in global  
popular culture are created or enhanced. This course looks at the  
interfaces between global popular culture and the European region,  
examining both the ways that Europe affects, and has been affected by,  
popular culture in the rest of the world.






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