The department of History & Classics has been hard at work creating new courses to meet the needs and interests of today's students. We're extremely excited to announce a number of new courses for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The Three Society Meeting is held every four years and brings together three organizations dedicated to the study history of science, technology, and medicine: the British Society for the History of Science, Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, and the History of Science Society.
What are the causes of the refugee crisis? Are refugees a threat to peace and security? Are they criminals and terrorists? Are they migrants or refugees? Who feels threatened by refugees, and why? Are they a cheap labor force? This lecture-based course traces the history of the ongoing refugee crisis and analyzes its impact on Europe and beyond. Relying on case studies (Greece, Macedonia, and Serbia) Dr. Pavlovic examines various responses to the refugee crisis by the EU and individual states as well as non-state actors (civil society, NGO sector, professional associations, community organizations, international organizations).
Meet our newest emeritus: Ehud Ben Zvi
The former President of the Republic of Srpska para-state, Radovan Karadzic, was recently convicted of a joint criminal enterprise and crimes against humanity committed during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1990s.