European History Concentration | Department of History

European History Concentration

The Department of History offers PhD students a rigorous graduate program in European History with overarching geographical and thematic breadth. Chronologically this concentration covers history of the European civilization from Ancient and Medieval times to Renaissance and Reformation, and then to the revolutionary 17th, 18th and 20th centuries, extending exploration to the 21st century. Our faculty members possess internationally recognized professional expertise and first-hand countries experience to guide doctoral research in thematic fields of military, gender, political, social, cultural, economic history, and Jewish studies as well as geographic areas from Classical Greece & Rome to Russia, Britain, France, and Germany. Students have exiting opportunity to hone their proficiency in study trips to Europe under guidance of our professors.

Areas of study for doctoral students: European History