Information Session | February 12 | 10 a.m. | 270 Stephens Hall
Learn more about the Summer Abroad in Poland, Czech Republic, Germany: The History of Belonging and Coexistence in Modern Europe program at this info session. Program advisers and faculty will be on hand to answer your questions.
Who belongs in Europe and how do refugee communities and ethnic minorities fit into the European Union experiment?
Dive deep into the history of coexistence and cultural identity in Europe, with Poland, the Czech Republic, and Germany as case studies. Explore the historical and contemporary experiences of communities often marginalized in Europe including: the Jews of Poland, the Roma of Northern Bohemia, the Vietnamese in Prague, the Turkish in Germany, and recent refugees across European Union member states, including refugees from Syria.
Learn more: http://studyabroad.berkeley.edu/program/summerabroad/poland-czech-republic-germany