Taught in English and open to all students. How can we define "Germany" both historically and in its modern and increasingly multicultural context? How did Germany become the political and economic powerhouse of the European Union? How can we reflect on the Holocaust using identity, nationality and memory? These and other broad questions are examined in their cultural, social and intellectual context from the Middle Ages to the present. As part of this course, students may have the option of participating in an international learning experience that will have an additional cost and application process.
International - Optional