Faculty of Arts


EUROPEAN 206

European Integration


Description

This cross-disciplinary course examines political, economic, social and cultural integration and its effects in the fabric of contemporary Europe. Issues addressed include identity, immigration and citizenship in Europe and matters pertaining to the European Union: its political form, enlargement, foreign and security policy, economic and monetary policy and the European constitution.

This team-taught cross-disciplinary course examines key aspects of "integration" and global politics in contemporary Europe:

  • European Union, its political form, foreign and security policies
  • EU economic and monetary policy
  • European Constitution, enlargement and resurgent nationalism
  • European identities in the era of bordering nationalism, migration, immigration, austerity and BREXIT
  • War, violence, and social anxiety

Lecturers have direct experience and research expertise in European and EU governance, policy and cultural politics.

Availability 2018

Summer School

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s) Dr Mark Amsler

Reading/Texts

All course materials and detailed reading list are available on CANVAS.

Assessment

Coursework + exam

Points

EUROPEAN 206: 15.0 points

Prerequisites

30 points passed at Stage I

Restrictions

EUROPEAN 302


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