Cap Sem: Race In Modern Europe

HISTORY 475S

Examines the religious and racial diversity of modern Europe, focusing on 1945-present. Explores the cultural vitality of immigrant communities, alongside the systemic discrimination and violence they face at the hands of the state and from right-wing movements. Topics include French-Muslim hip hop, Italy's African novelists, Germany's Turkish cuisine, and Dutch racism. Provides students an introduction to the new Europe, focusing not on the hushed halls of the art museums but on the street vendors parked outside. Instructor: Chappel

Day/Time

Tu 10:05 AM-12:35 PM

Location

Allen 304I

Instructor

Chappel, James