Welcome to the Department of European History
We are part of the School of History. A complete listing of history-related projects may be found at the History Portal.
The goal of the European History Department will be to coordinate, organize, and provide material relating to the History of Europe. It is expected that other Departments may be created that will fall under this department, eventually covering all topics related to Europe in further detail.
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Courses/Projects Currently OfferedEdit
Resources currently available at the Department of European History:
Also see the European History Task Page for other proposals.
- History of Europe to 1648
- Life of Alexander (in conjunction with the School of Classics)
- Medieval History/Middle Ages
- Spanish History
- History of Ireland through Song
- British Empire
- The Great War and Versailles
- History of Germany
- Prussia and German Unification
- History of Slav Peoples
- History of Scotland
These are courses which have been shelved, but may be revitalised at a later date.
- Hitler's Germany (last active: 2009)
- Thucydides: The Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC) (last active: 2008)
- Trench Warfare (last active: 2007)
- October 7, 2006 - Department founded!
- Since 22 November 2013 with History --Marshallsumter (discuss • contribs) 12:30, 8 May 2018 (UTC).
- Inawe up to 22 March 2013.
- User:Alexander.Llewelyn up to November 2011.
- Berek up to 8 October 2011.
- User:S.Venera up to 29 April 2011.
- Darklama 17 January 2011.
- Leutha up to 25 August 2010.
Things you can doEdit
Related Schools & DepartmentsEdit
- Classics (Latin and Greek Studies)
- Medieval History (archive)
- Politics of the European Union
Readings and External MaterialsEdit
- w: History of European research universities
- 120 Minutes with JTS (Jewish Theological Seminary): A wide variety of Jewish topics, many of which are about history.