GERM 253: “Gateway to the World”: Global Connections/Local Identities of Hamburg
Students immerse themselves in Hamburg, Germany, one of Europe’s major historical port cities recognized for its international character. Students examine social, cultural, political, and economic transformations of Europe and deepen their German language skills. They study diverse texts, conduct ethnographic fieldwork, keep a journal of cultural and linguistic observations, write short papers, and complete a research project involving internationalism in Hamburg. Taught in German. Offered alternate years during Interim. Apply through International and Off-Campus Studies.
Prerequisite: completion of FOL-G with grade of B or better or permission of the instructor.