unit focuses on late-
Europe, analysing the degree to which pre-
modern ideas of Europe
continue to permeate its modern, institutional existence. Through introducing students to the rationale behind
the establishment of the EU, the euro etc,
this unit will provide students with the necessary tools to
comprehend the tensions associated with integration and decision making among unequal partners.
|Unit name||The New Europe: A Political History|
|College/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Social Sciences
|Discipline||Politics and International Relations|
|Coordinator||Doctor Matt Killingsworth|
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Explain core concepts and theories of EU and European politics.
- Analyse major debates in EU European politics.
- Apply conceptual knowledge to real world examples in EU and European politics
- Communicate coherently in written and/or oral formats drawing upon evidence to support your argument.
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Prerequisites(HIR101 - Introduction to International Relations OR HPP101 - Introduction to Politics and Policy OR HTA101 - History 1A: Making Modern Europe OR HTA102 - History 1B: Making the Modern World)
Weekly captured/recorded lecture
Weekly face-to-face or online tutorial
|Assessment||Examination - take home (40%)|Literature review (20%)|Essay (40%)|
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Required readings will be listed in the unit outline prior to the start of classes.
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