Neighborhood Change, Social Movements, and the Arts in Germany: Urban Navigation and Global Citizenship

 

Faculty Leaders: Natasha Fletcher, Department of Public Policy and Administration

Travel Dates: June 14-June 30, 2022 

Class Meeting Times: Thursdays from 2-4:50pm (1/20, 2/3, 2/17, 3/3, 3/17, 3/31, 4/14, 4/28)

Course Number: 50:975:351, cross-listed with 56:834:531

Program Cost: $3,000*

What does it mean to be a urban navigator and global citizen? This learning abroad course will answer those questions with a hands-on exploration of urban change in Germany. We will take a 15-day journey together, traversing one of the most fascinating countries by plane, train, bus, subway, and on foot. We will spend 5 days in each city, beginning with Berlin in the Northeast, then traveling by train to Hamburg in the North, and finally Koln in the Midwest. Our goal is to marry an intellectual exploration of Germany with a deep and intense experience together, on the ground. The intellectual component of the course will focus on the urban change that has been taking place across Germany and the impact that has had on neighborhoods, the economy, the people, and the many forms of resistance in response.

Program Cost Includes:

  • Airfare
  • Housing
  • International health insurance
  • Some meals and excursions

Program Cost Does Not Include:

  • Passport, visa, or airport entrance or exit fees (if applicable)
  • Vaccinations
  • Remaining meals

*Program cost is approximate and subject to change. Program cost is in addition to tuition.

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