These are just some highlights of recent faculty work exploring this region. For additional faculty publications, please visit the Brandeis Faculty Guide.
Cadaverland: Inventing a Pathology of Catastrophe for Holocaust Survival
by Michael Dorland
Glorious, Accursed Europe
by Jehuda Reinharz
The Jews of Bialystok During World War II and the Holocaust
by Sara Bender
by Hans Jonas
Mystic Cults in Magna Graecia
Edited by Patricia A. Johnson
Pious and Rebellious: Jewish Women in Medieval Europe
by Avraham Grossman
Shades of Indignation: Political Scandals in France, Past and Present
by Paul Jankowski
Brandeis offers diverse opportunities for the study of European culture. Students can explore any of the major European languages and literatures (French, Spanish, German, Italian and Russian). For those who prefer an interdisciplinary approach, we offer a major in European Cultural Studies, plus a minor in Russian and East European Studies. Opportunities abound for study abroad at over 100 approved programs in 18 different European countries. On campus, the intellectual mix is further enriched by research centers and institutes.
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