European Studies explores modern Europe through humanities, social sciences and the arts.
We no longer think of Europe as simply East and West. We look at fascinating contemporary developments both in terms of individual nations and new modes of regional integration.
By the time you graduate you’ll speak a European language proficiently, giving you lifetime access to a dynamic world culture.
Europe has organized to become a world economic superpower. Being fluent in contemporary European concerns is a great complement not only to business and economics studies, but a host of science, humanities and social science careers as well. Minors are encouraged (and helped) to study in Europe through programs such as Drew’s London Semester and Drew International Seminars.
Professor & chair
I direct the Barcelona Summer Language and Culture intensive program. My great passions are Spanish film and linguistic theories.
Ph.D., University of Barcelona
European thought from the Renaissance to the 20th century in “Modern European Intellectual History”