Courses on offer

All courses take place once a week (90 minutes), with up to 25 students per course. There is usually an exam at the end of the semester, and students will receive 5 ECTS credits per course.

Types of courses:

  • Courses for undergraduate students in all academic fields (German, CFR level B 1)
  • Courses for undergraduate students in all academic fields (English, CFR level B 2)
  • Enunciation Classes for students in all academic fields (German, CFR level A 2)
  • Courses for undergraduate students in the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Cultural Studies (German, CFR level B 2)
  • Courses for students at Master's level (Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Cultural Studies; German, CFR level B 2)

Courses in the Winter 2016/17

You will find detailed course description in the course catalogue (where you can also search for individual courses or lecturers):

Courses for students from all academic fields: http://www.fu-berlin.de/vv/en/modul?sm=273470&id=135104 

Courses for students from the Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences: http://www.fu-berlin.de/vv/en/modul?id=135089&sm=273470

Courses for undergraduate students from all academic fields, taught in German (CFR, B1)
  • Hildegard Piegeler: Berlin als multikulturelle Stadt [Berlin as a Multicultural City]. Tuesday, 4-6 p.m., room JK 28/130

  • Matthias Harder: Berliner Stadtentwicklung und Architektur von 1945 bis heute [City Planning and Architecture and  in Berlin, 1945-Present]. Monday, 10-12 a.m., room J 32/102

  • Georg Jansen: Berlin, Stadt des 20. Jahrhunderts [The city of Berlin in the 20th century]. Monday 2-4 p.m., room KL 32/123

  • Hildegard Piegeler: Religionen in Berlin [Religion[s] in Berlin]. Tuesday, 12-2 p.m., room JK 27/106

  • Ulrich Krellner: Das geteilte Berlin [Divided Berlin] . Wednesday, 12-2 p.m,. room JK 28/130

  • Lars Breuer: Erinnern an den Nationalsozialismus in Berlin [The Memory of National Socialism in Berlin]. Thursday, 4-6 p.m., room JK 28/130

  • Sabine Bierwirth: Frauenfiguren in der deutschen Geschichte und Gegenwart [Great Women in Germany, Past and Present]. Tuesday, 10-12 a.m., room KL 32/123
Courses for undergraduate students from all academic fields, taught in English (CFR, B2)
  • Mary Dellenbaugh: Berlin's urban development from Cölln to capital: people, politics and places. Thursday, 12-2 p.m., room JK 28/130

  • Manuel Lutz: From Squatters’ Capital to Creative Metropolis. Friday, 10-12 a.m., room KL 29/111

  • Susanne Scharnowski: From Döner and Currywurst to Vegan Burgers and Vertical Farming: Introduction to the History, Culture and Politics of Food in Berlin. Thursday, 10-12, room JK 28/130

  • Muriel Ernestus:Weimar Cinema. Tuesday, 2-4 p.m., room JK 28/130

  • Berit Hummel: The City in Cinema – Histories of Place. Friday, 12-2 p.m., room JK 28/130

Enunciation classes taught in German (CFR, A2)
  • Peter Bitterle: Sprecherzieherische Übungen und Aussprachekorrekturen für ausländische Studierende, Monday, 4-6 p.m., room J 30/109
  • Peter Bitterle: Sprecherzieherische Übungen und Aussprachekorrekturen für ausländische Studierende, Tuesday, 2-4 p.m., Garystr. 55 / 323 Seminar-room
  • Peter Bitterle: Sprecherzieherische Übungen und Aussprachekorrekturen für ausländische StudierendeWednesday, 2-4 p.m., room K31/102
  • Peter Bitterle: Sprecherzieherische Übungen und Aussprachekorrekturen für ausländische Studierende, Thursday, 2-4 p.m., room K 31/102

  • Peter Bitterle: Sprecherzieherische Übungen und Aussprachekorrekturen für ausländische Studierende, Thursday, 4-6 p.m., room K 31/102

  • Peter Bitterle: Sprecherzieherische Übungen und Aussprachekorrekturen für ausländische Studierende, Friday, 12-2 p.m., room KL 29/235; Raum JK 25/132 (13.01.)

Courses for undergraduate students from the Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences taught in German (CFR, B 2)
  • Susanne Scharnowski: „Deutsche Identität“: Zu Aktualität und Geschichte einer typisch deutschen Debatte [German Identity: A Typically German Debate in Past and Present]. Thursday, 2-4 p.m., room JK 28/130
  • Ulrich Krellner: Die DDR im kulturellen Gedächtnis der Bundesrepublik [The GDR in the Cultural Memory of Present-Day Germany]. Wednesday, 10-12 a.m., room KL 32/123
  • Matthias Harder: Berliner Kurzprosa [Short Stories from and about Berlin]. Wednesday 12-2 p.m., room KL 32/123
  • Muriel Ernestus: Politisches Theater [Political Theatre]. Tuesday, 6-8 p.m., JK 28/130
Course for students at Master's level from the Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences taught in German (CFR, B 2)
  • Susanne Scharnowski: Stadt und Land in Literatur und Film [The Country and the City in German Literature and Film]. Wednesday, 10-12 a.m., room J 32/102