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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2006-2008 Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Programs and Courses Central and Eastern European Studies (CEES) 149  

Central and Eastern European Studies (CEES) 149

Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures

Conklin Hall (973/353-5498)

Program Directors:

Myroslava T. Znayenko, Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures, 973/353-5051
Alexander J. Motyl, Department of Political Science,973/353-5105

Program Committee:

Frank Fischer (Political Science)
Peter Golden (History)
Yale Ferguson (Political Science)

Faculty Committee:

John Boyer (Visual and Performing Arts)
James Finckenauer (Criminal Justice)
Reynold Koslowski (Political Science)
Richard Langhorne (Division of Global Affairs)
Peter Loeb (Economics)
Gerhard Mueller (Criminal Justice)
Elizabeth Strom (Political Science)

The CEES program is an interdisciplinary program offered by the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures in conjunction with the Department of Political Science and the Department of History and in cooperation with the Division of Global Affairs. The CEES program provides training in the languages, literatures, cultures, history, politics, and societies of that part of Europe extending from Russia to Germany.

Students may major in one of two concentrations, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary:

1. languages, literatures, and cultures of central and eastern Europe (with two-thirds of courses taken in the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures) or

2. history, politics, and societies of central and eastern Europe (with two-thirds of courses taken in political science, history, and other social sciences)

Both major concentrations require 42 credits with at least 36 credits in courses numbered 200 and above. All students majoring in the CEES program must develop or demonstrate proficiency in a language of central and eastern Europe. The proficiency requirement may be fulfilled by completing 21:860:131,132 Intermediate Russian or 21&62:470:131,132 Intermediate German, or by passing a proficiency examination developed or approved by the program in a language of central and eastern Europe.


 
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