This is a faculty-led immersion program and is administered by Kim Reed, Assistant Intercultural Immersion Coordinator. This program is not administered by the Center for International Education. Any questions about this program should be directed to email@example.com or 715-836-5940. Submit all application materials to Schofield 17. This program is listed on the Center for International Education website to assist students in exploring all international opportunities.
Program Summary & Location
This four-week travel seminar offers a hands-on understanding of the history and culture of Germany, the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, and Poland. Central Europe has a complex history that includes the creation of multi-national empires, the formation of new nation-states after WWI,
the rise and dominance of Nazism and Soviet Communism, the divisions of the Cold War, and the peaceful grass-roots revolutions of 1989 that brought down the Berlin Wall. The architecture and art of the region has been shaped by leading local figures of important cultural movements from Romanticism to Post-Modernism. From the Renaissance to the "Roaring Twenties," Krakow, Vienna and Berlin emerged as European cultural capitals.
The ethnic and religious history of the region is rich, complex and filled with both impressive examples of multicultural coexistence and tragic histories of persecution and genocide. The program will explore what has made the history of this region unique, impressive and sometimes tragic. It will pay particular attention to the recent developments of the late 20th Century: the fall of communism, the post-communist experience, and post-war immigration.
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Housing & Meals
Program fees include breakfast daily. The group will have dinner together once in each city, but the rest of the meals are not included in the program costs. All housing is in shared rooms in hostels and small hotels.
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Learn More & How To Apply
Still have some questions? Still have some questions? You can contact Kim Reed, Assistant to the Immersion programs, at 715-836-5940 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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