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285 MERCER STREET, 7th FLOOR • NEW YORK, NY • 10003-6653 • 212-998-3838
DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER:
Professor Larry Wolff
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER:
The Center’s offices include a seminar room and a modest document and periodical collection dealing with contemporary Western and Eastern Europe. The latter includes journals, weeklies, and newsletters from European centers and institutions. The NYU Law Library is a depository of official documents of the European Community, and the Elmer Holmes Bobst Library has a wide selection of European newspapers and periodicals in addition to strong book collections on all aspects of contemporary Europe. The Center assists Bobst Library in developing its European holdings.
Master of Arts Program in European Studies
The Master of Arts program in European and Mediterranean studies is an inter-disciplinary program in the social sciences and humanities designed to prepare students for professions requiring an advanced understanding of Europe. The program draws upon the established resources of existing country programs in French studies, Italian studies, and Hellenic studies, as well as the disciplinary programs, and also offers courses of its own. M.A. students choose one of three tracks for specialization: European culture and society; European politics and policy; or Mediterranean studies.
Joint Degree Master of Arts in European and Mediterranean Studies and Journalism
The joint M.A. degree is designed to prepare students for careers as professional newspaper, magazine, or broadcast journalists with a special background on Europe and the Mediterranean. The program helps students develop both journalistic skills and expertise in the history, politics, and culture of this region. Please refer to the Journalism section of this bulletin for degree requirements.