Loyola University Chicago

Polish Studies

Courses Offered

  

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HISTORY (HIST)

Courses taught by Dr. Marek Suszko*

  • HIST 316 - History of Poland*
  • HIST 317 - The Age of Absolutism and Enlightenment*
  • HIST 329 - Modern European Nationalism: Myth & Reality*
  • HIST 334B - The Holocaust & 20th Century Genocide
  • HIST 335 - The Second World War
  • HIST 336 - Contemporary Europe, 1945-Present
  • HIST 337 - Soviet Union: Rise and Fall
  • HIST 338A - History of European Communism* 
  • HIST 338B - Eastern Europe in the 20th Century*
 

LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION (LITR)

Every course taught by Professors John Merchant, Jack Hutchens, Zbigniew Banaś, and Bożena Nowicka McLees

  • UCLR 100M - Interpreting Literature
  • LITR 200 - European Masterpieces (variable topics)
  • LITR 202 - European Novel
  • LITR 203 - European Drama
  • LITR 204 - European Film: Polish Films 
  • LITR 221 - Polish Authors
  • LITR 280 - International Masterpieces: Polish Masterpieces (variable topics)
  • LITR 281 - International Novel: Polish Novel (variable topics)
  • LITR 282 - International Drama: Polish Drama (variable topics)
  • LITR 284 - International Film: Polish Film (variable topics)

POLISH LANGUAGE (POLS)

  • POLS 101 - Polish I: Elementary Polish Language Course
  • POLS 102 - Polish II: Basic Polish Language Course
  • POLS 103 - Polish III: Intermediate Polish Language Course
  • POLS 104 - Polish IV: Intermediate Polish Language Course
  • POLS 201 - Polish Medical Terminology
  • POLS 202 - Polish for Healthcare
  • POLS 250 - Polish Composition and Conversation I
  • POLS 251 - Polish Composition and Conversation II
  • POLS 270 - Contemporary Culture in Poland and in America (in Polish)


POLISH STUDIES (POST)

  • POST 199, 299, 399 - Topics in Polish Studies, Independent study courses
  • POST 395 - Polish Studies Capstone *
 

POLITICAL SCIENCE (PLSC)

Courses taught by Professors Olga Avdeyeva and Chris Hasselmann

  • PLSC 347 - The European Union
  • PLSC 348 - Russian Politics
  • PLSC 349 - Eastern European Politics 
 

* Required Courses

Polish Studies Courses in Previous Years