Many thanks to our fortuitous writers, Jim Robbins, Lisa Booth, Greg Mason, Alice Freifeld (pictured here), Missy Molloy and Lia Merivaki (not pictured) for their tenacious effort to keep the… Read More
The Center for European Studies (CES) was created in 2003 and is currently one of just twelve Europe/West Europe Title VI Centers in the country.
CES fosters rich, culturally academic environments including language and area studies courses, degree options and study abroad opportunities. Courses have two foci: Western European and EU studies, as well as on Europe’s periphery with Modern Greek, Polish, Hungarian, and Czech language and Romanian and Bulgarian area studies courses.
The Center is a hub of Europeanist collaboration and a resource for faculty, students, and the community.