prof. Lorenzo Pubblici Ph.D.
Credit Hours: 3 -- Contact hours: 45
Course Number: ECON497
Department: Liberal Arts and Cultural Studies
Prerequisite: None

Course description:
Starting from pre-industrial Europe, this course will explore the continental history through its economy and the complexity of all the implication that it had on the European society, the human relationships and the political institutions. United Europe was born mostly as an economic super-national organism in order to cancel all the custom tolls and start a common collaboration by European countries severely damaged after WWII. In 1952 the Community of Carbon and Steel came into force; in 1957 the Economic European Community was founded; in 1971 all the internal tolls were abolished and the European Community started earning from the imports of all those countries outside the Community itself. In 2002, finally, the European Union could present to the world its unique currency, the Euro. 
Meet the Faculty: Prof. Lorenzo Pubblici
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Dr. Pubblici was born in Florence and is former professor of Eastern European History at the University of Florence. He is currently a professor at Sarah Lawrence College, Florence Program as well as at Santa Reparata International School of Art.  His specialization is in the Middle Ages
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