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Courses on offer (overview)

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)
Courses in the Winter Semester 2022/ 23

You can download a brochure in PDF format with details about lecturers and course content here: Course Descriptions winter 2022-23.

You also find the course description and additional, updated information in the online course catalogue

Courses for undergraduate students from all academic fields, taught in German (CFR, B1)

Susanne Scharnowski: Eine kleine Baugeschichte Berlins. [A brief history of building in Berlin]

Ulrich Krellner: Das jüdische Berlin. [Jewish Berlin]

Muriel Ernestus: Berlin im Film. [The representation of Berlin in film]

Sabine Bierwirth: Wie tickt Deutschland? [What makes Germany tick?]

Dagmar Boeck-Siebenhaar: Berlin Kultur. [Berlin Culture]

Ulrich Krellner: Das geteilte Berlin. [Divided Berlin]

Hildegard Piegeler: Migration und Religion. [Migration and Religion]

Hildegard Piegeler: „Arm aber sexy“ oder „Neukölln ist überall“. ["Poor, but sexy" or "Neukölln is everywhere"?]

Muriel Ernestus: Nationalsozialismus im Film. [National Socialism in film]

Muriel Ernestus: Kultur und Politik der Weimarer Republik. [Culture and Politics in the Weimar Republic]

Georg Jansen: Literaturstadt Berlin. [Berlin as a city of and for literature]

Muriel Ernestus: Debatten und Debattenkultur in Deutschland. [Debates and the culture of debate in Germany]

Courses for undergraduate students from all academic fields, taught in English (CFR, B2)

Gregor Hens: Imaginary Cities.

Gregor Hens: Creative Walking.

Gregor Hens: The Literary Legacy of Nuclear Disaster: Chernobyl and Fukushima.

Daniel Nethery: Integration in Germany.

Daniel Nethery: Health versus economy: introduction to the welfare state.

Daniel Nethery: The politics of German coal, 1862–2038.

Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe: Ukrainian history in a European context.

Anna Lena Kocks: Everyday Life in Germany in the 1920s and 1930s.

Daniel Nethery: Reading Hitler: (auto) biography as history.

Susanne Scharnowski: Introduction to Food Studies.

Susanne Scharnowski: How we speak and write about nature and the environment.

Gregor Hens: Creative Writing.

Susanne Scharnowski: Reading Alexander von Humboldt: A nobleman from Berlin - the world’s first environmentalist?


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