International Studies Program: Western European Studies Concentration

The Western European Studies team (WES) promotes the study of the European Union by developing new courses, promoting events and sponsoring lectures. This concentration area has a multidisciplinary focus and benefits from the rich diversity of its members. Our courses cover a wide variety of topics in the humanities, languages and social sciences. Students can learn about European culture from Antiquity to the present day and explore the political and economic challenges faced by European nations. Through multiple study abroad programs, our majors and minors have the opportunity to enrich their learning experience during a semester at a European university.

Requirements for the major or minor sequence in Western European Studies.

Team Members:

Scott Sheridan Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (309) 556-3238
Mary Ann Bushman English (309) 556-3244
Chris Callahan Modern & Classical Languages & Literature (309) 556-3094
Amanda Coles History (309) 556-3695
Richard Kent cook Music (309) 556-3124
Linda Farquharson Music (309) 556-3025
Carmela Ferradans Hispanic Studies (309) 556-3155
Gordon Horwitz History (309) 556-3007
Edgar Lehr Biology (309) 556-3399
James Matthews Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (309) 556-3174
Diego Mendez-Carbajo Economics (309) 556-3876
Carolyn Nadeau Hispanic Studies (309) 556-3332
April Schultz History (309) 556-3414
Nancy Sultan Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (309) 556-3173
Michael Young History (309) 556-3070