This learning unit is not open to incoming exchange students!
To identify the key-moments of the European integration, to underline individual and institutional constraints, to evaluate the impact of economical and external factors and to analyze the influence of internal factors.
The student will be able to understand issues involved in several projects, crises and relaunches, which deal with political, economic, military or institutional questions. The student shall focus on converging or diverging elements, taken from different episodes of the European integration, asking how these crises have modified the paths, the plans, and the visions sketched by the so-called "founding fathers". Finally, the student will discover how history can shed new light on current debates.
This class will be taught on campus.
Prerequisite: none. Support: a table of contents and slides accompagning the lectures will be made available on Moodle.
See Moodle for details
- Desmond Dinan, Europe Recast: A History of European Union (2014) (recommended reading, see Moodle for details)
- Slides and teaching materials on Moodle
Faculty or entity
Title of the programme
Master  in Communication
Master  in Translation
Master  in History
Master  in European Studies
Master  in Public Administration
Master  in Journalism