Travel across multiple countries and explore the limits of coexistence in both the "old" and "new" Europe.
- Study theories of co-existence in Poland, the Czech Republic, and Germany
- Analyze the usage of voices, museums, food, music, histories, protests, organizations and government initiatives to better understand how ideas of "Europe" and "Europeaness" changed over the past 100 years and continue to change
The program focuses on both historical and contemporary minorities: the Jews of Europe and most specifically Poland; the Roma of Northern Bohemia; the Vietnamese in Prague, the Turkish in Germany and recent refugees across European Union member states.
Dates: May 29 – July 7, 2017
Units: 6 units
Language of Instruction: English
Courses: History N174: Topics in the History of Eastern Europe – The Contours of Coexistence: ‘Otherness’ and Belonging in Modern Europe