While the EHPS rests mainly on courses from the social science disciplines, it also includes those considering Europe in a comparative context as well as courses covering a specific period or region of Europe. In addition, it provides for a humanistic inquiry of Europe reflecting its diverse cultural and linguistic heritage through a broad array of courses from the humanities departments. This interdisciplinary structure allows for multiple paths of research and specialization, and accommodates a variety of approaches in a study of Europe. The secondary field is based at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES), the locus of innovative research on European history and contemporary affairs.
Action-Based Optimism: Finding Justice in the (Dis)Information Age
Taylor Whitsell came to Harvard with a mission: to learn about and fight against human rights violations. While the journey exposed him to the depths of human cruelty, Whitsell possesses a steadfast optimism. Where does it come from?