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Italy, Pisa

Towards a new international order?

The international contemporary panorama present opportunities totally unknown to previous generations, but also the challenges of global dimension which by their nature can only be...

Germany, Bochum

Social Movements & the (un)making of Solidarities

Social movements and labour have been key forces contributing to building and strengthening democracies and creating institutions that democratically govern capitalism. This summe...

language English
duration 1 week
credits 8 ECTS
United Kingdom, London

King’s Summer Weekend with The National Archives - Family History: Practical Techniques and Historical Insight

Tracing your family tree and learning more about your ancestors has become a national passion, but many family historians soon find that internet research gives limited results, wi...

Finland, Helsinki

Games and History: Playing with Time and Culture

This course takes a look at the continuously evolving field of board and video games from a historian’s viewpoint. Working with lectures, workshops and student presentations, it ex...

Finland, Helsinki

Introduction to Conceptual History

In August 2017 “An Introduction to Conceptual History” will be offered by the Centre for Nordic Studies, University of Helsinki, as part of the Helsinki Summer School. Now in its t...

Finland, Turku

Memories and generations of feminism in Northern Europe

The course explores the history and contemporary forms of feminist struggles in Russia and the Nordic countries. It brings together feminist scholars, journalists and activists of...

language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
United Kingdom, Oxford

History **Ages 15-18**

Oxford Summer College is a two week university preparation course held in the heart of Oxford at Somerville College. The Oxford Summer College’s History course gives students an...

Netherlands, Nijmegen

The Roma and Sinti and the Holocaust: Remembering the Past, Shaping the Future

During the course the participants will learn about the mechanisms of exclusion and persecution of minorities through the case study of the fate of Roma people during WW2 . The emp...

United Kingdom, Cambridge

Medieval Studies

This programme offers an unparalleled opportunity to learn from some of the finest British medievalists. Courses are offered in defined topics which encompass art, architecture, hi...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The 20th Century: Europe in Three Wars

This course will introduce you to a variety of questions relating to the First and Second World Wars: Why did these wars occur and what caused them to happen? What were the consequ...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: The Long 20th Century

Many deeply impacting developments occurred over the course of the 20th century. During this course you will survey and analyse the political, socio-economic and cultural developme...

Netherlands, Maastricht

Europe since the Renaissance - The Making of a Continent and its Identity

stages reflecting the trajectory of modern European history and the growth of European identity from the Italian Renaissance to the integration of the continent in present times....

language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 6 ECTS
United Kingdom, Cambridge

History

The History Programme gives you the chance to study in detail specific historical figures, periods and events. Eminent historians offer courses covering a wide range of themes in B...

Germany, Berlin

The Cold War

Over the course of the Cold War, the city of Berlin was frequently at the centre of global tensions and a potential front line should the superpower rivalry descend into actual war...

language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 4 ECTS
fee EUR 900
Germany, Berlin

1517: Martin Luther and the Reformation

In light of its 500th commemoration in 2017, this course explores the Protestant Reformation in Germany that was initialized by the Augustinian monk Martin Luther and its legacy. T...

language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 4 ECTS
fee EUR 900
Germany, Berlin

Seduction and Terror: Hitler's Germany

The ‘thousand year Reich’ that Hitler promised when he became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933 lasted but 12 years. During this time, however, Hitler and his Nazi Party came t...

language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 4 ECTS
fee EUR 900
United Kingdom, Cambridge

History **Ages 15-18**

The Cambridge Summer College is a two week university preparation programme in the beautiful city of Cambridge. Participants on this programme will live and study at Clare College,...

United Kingdom, Cambridge

International Relations **Ages 15-18**

The Cambridge Summer College is a two-week university preparation programme in the beautiful city of Cambridge. Participants on this programme will live and study at Clare College,...

Czech Republic, Olomouc

Central Europe: History & Culture - Architecture & Society

Are you interested in Central Europe, its history & culture, architecture & society, its Greek and Roman legacy, in crusades, birth of modern nations in Central Europe, and in trip...

language English
duration 5 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
fee EUR 750
Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: from Middle Ages to Modernity

We will study for example the Dutch Golden Age; the era spanning roughly the 17th century in which the Dutch became one of the world’s greatest maritime, economic and artistic worl...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Rise of Modern Europe

The programme starts in the beautiful city of Utrecht, studying the history of Europe from a Dutch perspective. You will, for example, gain insight into the Dutch Golden Age; the e...

France, Paris

Les femmes françaises

What is the role of women in the History of France? This course will depict the influence of women in France in history, literature, arts... Les femmes françaises et la dipl...

language French
duration 1 week
fee EUR 450

Heretics, Witches and Conspirators: A History of Fear, 1500-1750

Who or what did the British really fear in the Early Modern period? Most students will be familiar the notorious witch-hunts that spread across Europe in the sixteenth and seventee...

language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
Poland, Krosno

The End of Empires

Krosno is uniquely placed to discuss the impact that the changes of 1917 and 1918 had upon the states of Europe. The rise of nationhood and the fermenting of independent identities...

language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 6 ECTS
fee EUR 700
Hungary, Budapest

Jews and Christians between the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean: Co-existence and Conflict

The course will introduce its students to the ways in which Jews and Christians interacted in the Mediterranean, the Middle East, the Caucasus and the Indian Ocean in the period be...

language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 2 ECTS
fee EUR 550
France, Paris

Identité(s) française(s)

Why France ? -Gilles Fumey, Geography, Paris-Sorbonne University France gripped by the religion of Culture -Yann Migoubert, Greek Language and Literature, Paris-Sorbon...

language French
duration 1 week
fee EUR 450
United Kingdom, Cambridge

Ancient and Classical Worlds Summer Programme

This programme offers a rich selection of courses on a range of past cultures and civilisations taught by leading experts and allows you to explore and immerse yourself in the late...

duration 2 weeks
United Kingdom, Cambridge

IARU Global Summer Programme

The Cambridge Global Summer Programme offers participants a unique opportunity to draw upon a rich reserve of knowledge and to consolidate their learning in a variety of ways. Part...

duration 3 weeks
Netherlands, Amsterdam

Decolonizing Europe: History, Ideas and Praxis (in collaboration with the Center for Slavery & Justice at Brown University)

This course approaches Amsterdam as an open air laboratory in which students study historical and contemporary dynamics of representation and memory. Special attention is on the wo...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe

During this course we will trace the making of Europe from its most ancient roots to its most current affairs via a multidisciplinary approach to numerous life-changing events from...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: Rise of Civilization

During these two weeks we will travel through Roman and Italian history, studying its fascinating political, religious and cultural development in relation to Europe. Beautiful Rom...

Netherlands, Utrecht

Founding Europe: from Antiquity to the 19th century

During the first two weeks you will be introduced to Roman and Italian history, studying its fascinating political, religious and cultural development in relation to Europe. We wil...

Germany, Berlin

Summer Study Visits- BERLIN: City of Reinvention

Now a 21st Century mecca for creatives and a capital of an influential European powerhouse, Germany, since the 1900s Berlin has held several distinct identities and is a city many...

France, Paris

Aux sources de la culture européenne : l’Antiquité gréco-romaine

This course offers a reflection on the foundations of European civilization. It gives an introduction to Greek and Roman philosophy and its ties with politics. It also offers a ref...

language French
duration 3 weeks
fee EUR 450
France, Paris

L'Europe des Lumières

The Age of Enlightenment in France and Europe (1680-1780): The Age of Enlightenment saw the birth of public space while the ideology of the Enlightenment permeated the visual arts,...

language French
duration 2 weeks
fee EUR 450
France, Paris

Paris, fabrique d'une capitale : 5 000 ans d'histoire

People who come in Paris for the Sorbonne Summer University are often eager to know the capital, throgh what connects architecture and urban planning. The general idea of this cour...

language French
duration 2 weeks
fee EUR 675
France, Paris

Paris, toujours Paris

Paris is a mythical city which will be studied through literature, arts, cinema, politics and the "parisian life". Paris, World city -Edith Fagnoni, Geography, Paris-So...

language French
duration 1 week
fee EUR 450
France, Paris

La France : Histoire et mémoire

National memory: History and Culture -Boris Lyon-Caen, French Language and Literature, Paris-Sorbonne University The French Revolution as an earthquake -Jean-François...

language French
duration 1 week
fee EUR 450
Belgium, Antwerp

Print Culture in 16th-Century Europe

In the early decades of the 16th century, the printed book assumed a significant role in disseminating ideas and texts across Europe. The spread of humanism, religious reform and s...

language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 ECTS
fee EUR 500
United Kingdom, London

Modern History of Science in London

Science rapidly expanded in 19th century Britain - this module will explore that expansion through the lens of the great metropolis that was London. The module will examine a va...

France, Caen

History II: Peace and Human Rights

Combine the practice of French in the morning (45h) with a thematic track in the afternoon (30h of lectures and site visits) = 75h for one session. History II : "Peace and Human...

language French
duration 3 weeks
fee EUR 820
France, Paris- Versailles- Abbaye de Royaumont

History and Heritage of France

A series of topics covering; the middle ages to acient regimes, symbolic sites of France's history, French culture and heritage. The programme combines courses, workshops and v...

language French
duration 1 week
credits 1 ECTS
United Kingdom, Exeter

Britain and the Making of the Modern World

For much of the 19th and 20th century Britain was the world’s superpower, and its imperial connections not only left deep traces in America, Africa and Asia, but also in Britain it...

language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 7.5 ECTS

Building Britain, 1700-1840: Industrial 'Revolution' or 'Evolution'?

In the short span between the accession of George III (1760) and the death of his son William IV (1837) the face of England changed dramatically. Roads, railways, rivers and canals...

language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
Netherlands, Utrecht

What does it Mean to Decolonize II, On Education, Nature and Conviviality

The 8th Middelburg Decolonial Summer School, 2017, will explore decolonial horizons of living in harmony (Sumak Kawsay) and conviviality. To do so it is necessary to unlearn domina...

France, Paris

Discover France

What are the main characteristics of France and its culture in the arts, literature, geography, history and science? One week (morning): 15 hours + conferences LESSONS IN ENG...

language English
duration 3 weeks
fee EUR 450
United Kingdom, Norwich

Plague and Disease in the Medieval City

By using the unparalleled riches of Norwich’s medieval buildings and landscape, students will investigate standards of living alongside patterns of disease and the relative effecti...

language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 20 ECTS
United Kingdom, Norwich

Religion and Rebellion: Medieval East Anglia

This module will look at two of the key themes of Medieval History, Religion and Royal Power. The course will chart the rise of the great religious centres in East Anglia as well a...

language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 20 ECTS
Netherlands, Utrecht

Battlefield Tour: The Liberation of West-Europe 1944-1945

The Allied liberation of Western Europe in 1944-1945 is one of the most successful campaigns in military history. The course will discuss the strategic what happened after the dari...

France, Paris

Summer Institute on Democracy

This institute will follow a seminar style (rather than lecture) format, reading and discussing major texts on the history of democracy. Our ambition is to provide an introduction...

Greece, Thessaloniki

Nationalism Religion & Violence in Europe and the Mediterranean

The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) in partnership with Charles University (Prague) and the support of Princeton University, the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO Cyp...

language English
duration 2 weeks
fee EUR 500
United Kingdom, London

Londinium to the Blitz: London Through Its Museums

History of London, Public History, Museums, Archaeology and History, Presenting and re-presenting history.

language English
duration 6 weeks
credits 10 ECTS
United Kingdom, London

World City: London since 1960

Post-war London; economic, social, cultural change since the 1960s; the London economy; local government from London County Council (LCC) to the Greater London Authority (GLA); hou...

language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 10 ECTS
United Kingdom, London

Monarchy – A Royal History of London

This course examines London as the historical setting for monarchy and national ceremonial. As such the course considers Royalty’s central place in British life and how its purpose...

language English
duration 6 weeks
credits 10 ECTS
France, Caen

History I : the battle of Normandy

Combine the practice of French in the morning (45h) with a thematic track in the afternoon (30h of lectures and site visits) = 75h for one session. History I : the battle of Nor...

language English
duration 3 weeks
fee EUR 820
Greece, Kavala

Social history and diasporas: Greece and the Balkans

This course examines nationalism, migration, and ethnicity as forces that have shaped historically the identities, settlement patterns, and institutional development of people in G...

language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 4.5 ECTS
Greece, Kavala

The Rise of the West and the Great Divergence: an economic history of Globalization

This course offers an in-depth understanding of how the world economy developed during the pre-modern period (1500-1800) and all the way to the present. When did globalization begi...

language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 4.5 ECTS
Greece, Kavala

Travel in the ancient Mediterranean world

In this course, we will examine travel practices and geographical knowledge as attested in the cultures of ancient Greece, Egypt, and Rome. In an attempt to reconstruct, as much as...

language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 4.5 ECTS
Germany, Berlin

Seduction and Terror: Hitler's Germany

The ‘thousand year Reich’ that Hitler promised when he became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933 lasted but 12 years. During this time, Hitler and his Nazi Party came to dominat...

language English
duration 6 weeks
credits 6 ECTS
Germany, Frankfurt (Oder)

The Idea of Europe

To what degree is the European Union ideologically driven? How does it contrast with previous visions of European unity? In this course on the idea of Europe in the twentieth centu...

language English
duration 7 weeks
credits 6 ECTS

Courses 2016

Russia, Tyumen

Siberian Western

The school will be aimed at educating its participants on such subjects as the anthropological approach to studying Siberia and the North of Russia, and the contemporary anthropol...

language Russian
duration 2 weeks
credits 4 ECTS
Netherlands, Utrecht

The 20th Century: Europe in Three Wars

This course will introduce you to a variety of questions relating to the First and Second World Wars: Why did these wars occur and what caused them to happen? What were the consequ...

Netherlands, Utrecht

Holocaust and Genocide in Modern Europe

How could the Holocaust happen? And why do genocides occur? Ever since the first pictures of Nazi camps shook the world, scholars have attempted to answer these vital questions. Al...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: The Long 20th Century (early August)

Many deeply impacting developments occurred over the course of the 20th century. During this course you will survey and analyse the political, socio-economic and cultural developme...

United Kingdom, Oxford

History

Our summer course in History covers everything from the fall of the Roman Empire in 472 CE to the end of the Second World War in 1945. With a focus on political, social or cultural...

United Kingdom, Oxford

Classical Civilisations

Our course in Classical Civilisation allows students the chance to look at the structure, rise and decline of major past civilisations, vital to understanding how nations rise, and...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: from Middle Ages to Modernity (late July)

We will study for example the Dutch Golden Age; the era spanning roughly the 17th century in which the Dutch became one of the world?s greatest maritime, economic and artistic worl...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: The Long 20th Century (late July)

Many deeply impacting developments occurred over the course of the 20th century. During this course you will survey and analyse the political, socio-economic and cultural developme...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Rise of Modern Europe (July-August)

The programme starts in the beautiful city of Utrecht, studying the history of Europe from a Dutch perspective. You will, for example, gain insight into the Dutch Golden Age; the e...

United Kingdom, Brighton

Britain in the 20th Century

The module primarily examines the social history of Britain in the 20th century, introducing some of the important themes within a political, economic, and cultural context. By cov...

duration 4 weeks
credits 7.5 ECTS
United Kingdom, Brighton

Sussex Landscapes

The Sussex countryside is immensely varied and packs a range of types of landscapes into a small physical area – windswept shingle beaches, high open chalk downlands, deep wooded v...

duration 4 weeks
credits 7.5 ECTS
United Kingdom, Brighton

Youth and Youth Cultures in Modern Britain

From the music of One Direction to the clothes of Ben Sherman, British youth culture informs the everyday experience of our globalised world. This module places contemporary youth...

duration 4 weeks
credits 7.5 ECTS
Spain, San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid)

Arabic codicology: The Islamic Manuscript Heritage in the El Escorial Collection

The course “Arabic codicology: The Islamic Manuscript Heritage in the El Escorial Collection” aims at providing the students with the basic codicological knowledge and the researc...

language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 215
Hungary, Debrecen

Modern Hungary:Hungarian History and Culture in the 19th–20th Centuries

Debrecen Summer School offers a new course for foreigners who are interested in the history and culture, the past and the present of Hungary but whose level of Hungarian is not yet...

duration 2 weeks
credits 6 ECTS
fee EUR 510
Spain, Barcelona

Barcelona: Gateway to the Mediterranean in the Early Modern Age (15th-19th Centuries)

This is a nine-part course which explains the history of the Mediterranean region through the focal point of Barcelona. The course offers a multidisciplinary and transnational appr...

duration 2 weeks
credits 3 ECTS
fee EUR 500
Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: from Middle Ages to Modernity (early July)

We will study for example the Dutch Golden Age; the era spanning roughly the 17th century in which the Dutch became one of the world?s greatest maritime, economic and artistic worl...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Rise of Modern Europe (July)

The programme starts in the beautiful city of Utrecht, studying the history of Europe from a Dutch perspective. You will, for example, gain insight into the Dutch Golden Age; the e...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe (July-August)

During this course we will trace the making of Europe from its most ancient roots to its most current affairs via a multidisciplinary approach to numerous life-changing events from...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: Rise of Civilization (early July)

During these two weeks we will travel through Roman and Italian history, studying its fascinating political, religious and cultural development in relation to Europe. Beautiful Rom...

Netherlands, Utrecht

Founding Europe: from Antiquity to the 19th century (July)

During the first two weeks you will be introduced to Roman and Italian history, studying its fascinating political, religious and cultural development in relation to Europe. We wil...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe (June-July)

During this course we will trace the making of Europe from its most ancient roots to its most current affairs via a multidisciplinary approach to numerous life-changing events from...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: Rise of Civilization (late June)

During these two weeks we will travel through Roman and Italian history, studying its fascinating political, religious and cultural development in relation to Europe. Beautiful Rom...

Netherlands, Utrecht

Founding Europe: from Antiquity to the 19th Century (June-July)

During the first two weeks you will be introduced to Roman and Italian history, studying its fascinating political, religious and cultural development in relation to Europe. We wil...

United Kingdom, Brighton

Walking into History. Brighton & Hove: the City and Social Change

Brighton & Hove is a city like no other. In the middle ages it grew on a part of the coast that allowed for cargo to be easily transported inland, and developed both fishing and fa...

duration 4 weeks
credits 7.5 ECTS
United Kingdom, Brighton

Global History

History, what for? What would our lives be without coffee, tea or tomatoes? These answers can be found only in the global processes of the past. This module aims to explain the imp...

duration 4 weeks
credits 7.5 ECTS
Czech Republic, Prague

Nationalism, Religion and Violence in Europe

NRVSS is organized by Charles University in Prague and International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki, supported by the LSEE, PRIO and CEFRES. A key goal of the Summer Seminar,...

language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 8 ECTS
fee EUR 750
Netherlands, Groningen

Things That Matter 3 - Lost in Things?

In his recent article "Lost in Things", Hans Peter Hahn cautions against an overestimation of material culture as providing stable, defining markers for cultural habits and the soc...

language English
duration 1 week
credits 5 ECTS
fee EUR 250
France, Caen

World War II History

WORLD WAR II HISTORY - CIE1 - Module taught in English Experience the events of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy. Conferences, testimonies, visits of D-Day landing sites.

duration 3 weeks
fee EUR 860
Germany, Słubice / Frankfurt (Oder)

Research Seminar: Topics in Cultural History

This course is envisioned as primarily a research seminar on topics on cultural history. After several weeks of reading, we will begin to present *your* research on a topic based f...

duration 6 weeks
credits 9 ECTS
Greece, Thessaloniki

Mediterranean and European Interconnections

This course is divided into four sections. Each section is comprised of four week-long seminars. Each week-long seminar is taught by a different professor. • A Day in the Ci...

language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 5 ECTS

Courses 2015

Austria, Vienna

Numismatics for doctoral candidates

Gegenstand des Seminars ist die Numismatik und Geldgeschichte in ihrer gesamten fachlichen und methodischen Breite, von der Antike bis in die Neuzeit sowie von Europa bis in den Or...

duration 2 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
fee EUR 250
Finland, Helsinki

Games and History

This course takes a look at the continuously evolving field of games from a historian’s viewpoint. Working with lectures, workshops and student presentations, it examines games as...

Germany, Berlin

The Making of Europe: The Long 20th Century (late July)

This course will be taught in the thrilling city of Berlin, focusing on the making of Europe from a 20th century perspective. You will not only explore the background and history o...

Netherlands, Utrecht (NL)

The Making of Europe: from Middle Ages to Modernity (late July)

Taking the beautiful city of Utrecht as a starting point, this course will bring you the opportunity to really ‘step into history’. The many museums, cathedrals and canals of Utrec...

Netherlands, Berlin (GE) and Utrecht (NL)

The Rise of Modern Europe (July-August)

Seize the opportunity to stay in two of the most exciting cities of Europe: Utrecht and Berlin, and travel back in time! The two courses of this programme will provide you with an...

Netherlands, Utrecht

The Making of Europe: from Middle Ages to Modernity (early July)

Taking the beautiful city of Utrecht as a starting point, this course will take you on a journey from that illuminates the rise of modern Europe from the Middle Ages to the end of...

Netherlands, Utrecht (NL), Berlin (GE) and Rome (IT)

The Making of Europe (July-August)

Dive into the thrilling history of (ancient) Europe and its role on the world stage, studying in three of the most exciting cities of Europe: Rome, Utrecht and Berlin! The three co...

Italy, Rome (IT)

The Making of Europe: Rise of Civilization (early July)

Come and discover Europe’s oldest roots in the ‘Eternal City’ of Rome! This two week course will bring you to the heart of Rome, where you will learn about the political, social a...

Netherlands, Rome (IT) and Utrecht (NL)

Founding Europe: from Antiquity to the 19th century (July)

Come and study this summer in two of the most exciting cities of Europe: Rome and Utrecht! You will dive into the exhilarating history of Europe, from the rise of civilization in A...

Netherlands, Utrecht (NL) and Berlin (GE)

The Rise of Modern Europe (July)

Seize the opportunity to stay in two of the most exciting cities of Europe: Utrecht and Berlin, and travel back in time! The two courses of this programme will provide you with an...

France, Lille

Arts, Soc Sc & Bus ESP2

ESP2 Arts, Social Science & Business program (29 June to 23 July 2015) : Choose from electives taught in English: Introduction to European Studies or Model United Nations or...

Italy, Rome

The Making of Europe: Rise of Civilization (late June)

Rome is the place for you to start exploring ‘The Making of Europe’. During this course you will make a voyage from Antiquity to the later Middle Ages, highlighting its politics, r...

Netherlands, Utrecht (NL), Berlin (GE) and Rome (IT)

The Making of Europe (June-July)

Dive into the thrilling history of (ancient) Europe and its role on the world stage, studying in three of the most exciting cities of Europe: Rome, Utrecht and Berlin! The three co...

Netherlands, Utrecht (NL) and Rome (IT)

Founding Europe: from Antiquity to the 19th Century (June-July)

Come and study this summer in two of the most exciting cities of Europe: Rome and Utrecht! You will dive into the exhilarating history of Europe, from the rise of civilization in A...

Poland, Krakow

Jews of Poland: History, Culture and Memory

Summer School 2015 Jews of Poland: History, Culture, and Memory is organized by the Centre for European Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, together with the...

duration 3 weeks
credits 4 ECTS
Greece, Athens

Athens: from ancient polis to postmodern metropolis.

A three-week long, intensive study abroad programme combining morning on-site classes with afternoon lectures and weekend fieldtrips. Covering Athenian history and culture from...

duration 3 weeks
credits 6 ECTS
fee EUR 800
France, Lille

Arts, Soc Sc & Bus ESP1

ESP1 General Program (28 May to 25 June 2015) : Choose from electives taught in English: European Integration or European Business & Management or French Arts: Spotlight on...

Austria, Vienna

Cultural-historical studies

The univie: winter school for cultural-historical studies takes place in Vienna, the capital of the former Habsburg Monarchy (and Austria of today) where traces of the outstanding...

duration 2 weeks
credits 8 ECTS
fee EUR 980

Courses 2014

Netherlands, Utrecht (Utrecht City Campus)

History & Philosophy of Science: Revolutions in Science

Science is one of the major determinants of modern society. Both the history and philosophy of science aim at a deeper understanding of the nature of the scientific enterprise and...

Netherlands, Utrecht (Utrecht City Campus)

Postwar Europe

This course explores Europe after the Second World War. Lecturers will discuss the history, politics, economics and cultural aspects of European countries in the second half of the...

Netherlands, Utrecht (Utrecht City Campus)

The Age of Anne Frank: Holocaust and Genocide in Modern Europe

This course will examine how the Holocaust and other genocides affected European society. Which political, economic and social circumstances led to these crimes against humanity in...

Netherlands, Utrecht

Cultures of Empire

This course will examine the cultural dimensions of empires in the nineteenth and twentieth century. Students will discuss the historical background of various empires during this...

Netherlands, Utrecht

European History: the Creation of Nations and Peoples

This course explores the main intellectual, cultural and political traditions of Europe. Lecturers in the fields of history, philosophy, religion, art and other fields in the human...

Netherlands, Utrecht (Utrecht City Campus)

The Treaty of Utrecht, a watershed in World History

The series of peace treaties, commonly known as the Treaty of Utrecht, marked a turning point in European and even global history. It created a political system that held until Wor...

Denmark, Aarhus

Viking Mythology and Religion

The imaginary world of the Vikings is a vast and amazing landscape that continues to puzzles us. Their myths abound with powerful, tricky and enigmatic gods, forceful giants and an...

duration 3 weeks
credits 9.9 ECTS
Germany, Berlin (Germany), Florence (Italy), Utrecht (Netherlands)

History of Art: European Highlights

Stay in three of Europe’s most wonderful cities, cover some 2000 years of Western art, visit all the relevant museums and sites and yet feel like you’ve done more than just skim th...

Italy, Florence (Italy), Utrecht (The Netherlands)

History of Art: Relations Between Italy and the Netherlands

Vermeer? Da Vinci? Both geniuses, most people would say today, both equally deserving to be printed on posters (and the occasional placemat) all over the world. Today, both Italian...

Denmark, Aarhus

Viking Age Scandinavia

The Viking Age (c. 700 - 1050 AD) stands as an essentially formative period of European history. With their discovery and colonization ofIceland, Greenland and America the Vikings...

duration 3 weeks
credits 9.9 ECTS
Netherlands, Utrecht

Nothing Is What It Seems: Dutch Art of the Golden Age

Nice clouds,” critics would say, “But really, it isn’t quite art with a capital A, is it?” Until recently, Dutch Art of the Golden Age was seen as technically good, but not very in...

Spain, Barcelona

Contemporary Barcelona and its Cultural History

The cultural history of the city as a reflection of the cultural history of contemporary Spain, from the anarchist city to the cosmopolitan capital with international outreach. Foc...

duration 6 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
Spain, Barcelona

Cataluña: Tierra de Encuentros y Territorio de Fronteras

El curso aborda un análisis de cuestiones tales como la convivencia, el conflicto, la identidad, las migraciones y los flujos de personas, ideas y conductas, la frontera e interacc...

duration 6 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
Netherlands, Middelburg

Democracy, Slavery and the Decolonial Option

Today, the idea of "democracy" that was globalized through European imperial expansions is no longer the only way to conceive and organize harmonic and convivial societies. The cri...

Poland, Slubice / Frankfurt (Oder)

From Stalinism to Pepsi-Cola. European Pop Culture in the Twentieth Century

Despite the emergence of cultural history as a major field of historical analysis, it has been difficult for students to grasp how cultural artifacts and their authors affect histo...

duration 6 weeks
Poland, Slubice / Frankfurt (Oder)

Moving Borders. A Cultural History of Poland, 1772-2007

Of all the countries in Europe, Poland’s borders have been the most volatile. Starting as the largest European country in the eighteenth century, it had all but vanished by the nin...

duration 6 weeks
Poland, Slubice / Frankfurt (Oder)

„Polnische Wirtschaft“ – historyczna analiza stereotypu.

This course is taught in Polish. For more information, visit course homepage.

duration 6 weeks
Poland, Slubice / Frankfurt (Oder)

Oder-Odra. Deutsch-Polnische Geschichte im Fluss

The course is taught in German.

duration 6 weeks

Courses 2013

Netherlands, Utrecht (Zeist, Woudschoten Campus)

History of Business Systems and Entrepreneurship in Europe

This course will examine business systems and various forms of entrepreneurship in Europe from a historical perspective. Which business models developed in Europe and why were they...

Netherlands, Utrecht (Breukelen, Nyenrode Campus)

Holocaust and Genocide in Modern Europe

This course will examine how Holocaust and other genocides affected European society. Which political, economic and social circumstances led to these crimes against humanity in mod...

Netherlands, Utrecht (Utrecht City Campus)

Europe and the US: Transatlantic Relations in the Modern Age

This course will examine the history and current dynamics of the transatlantic relations between Europe and the United States. What have been the foundations of the transatlantic r...

Netherlands, Utrecht (Breukelen, Nyenrode Campus)

European History: From Nationalism to Globalisation

This course explores the main intellectual, cultural and political traditions of Europe. Lecturers in the fields of history, philosophy, religion, art and other fields in the human...

Germany, Berlin and Utrecht

History of Art: a Thousand Years of Art in Northern Europe

Discover more than 1,000 years of European Art and European Art History this summer by exploring two of the most exciting art cities in Northern Europe – Utrecht and Berlin. Learn...

Netherlands, Utrecht (Utrecht City Campus)

Old Catholic Theology

The course offers an introduction to Old Catholic theology in an ecumenical context. Old Catholic theology is understood as the main theological currents as they exist in Union of...

Italy, Florence

Italian History of Art (in Florence)

Florence, originally founded by the Romans, was governed by the Medici family for centuries. Most of them had a passionate interest in painting, sculpture, architecture and literat...

Netherlands, Middelburg

Slavery: The Past and Present of Social (Un)Justice. Introducing the Decolonial Option

Slavery remains as the most telling event and process in the formation of Western Civilization and the modern/colonial world in the Atlantic, from the XVI to early XIX centuries. A...

Courses 2012

Netherlands, Utrecht

History of Business Systems and Entrepreneurship in Europe

This course will examine business systems and various forms of entrepreneurship in Europe from a historical perspective. Which business models developed in Europe and why were they...

Norway, Oslo

After Fukushima: Climate science, nuclear power, and global warming

Just a few years ago, credible scenarios projected that climate change might lead up to 30 nations to launch new nuclear power programs between 2015 and 2030. These programs would...

duration 1 week
credits 9.9 ECTS
Netherlands, Utrecht

European History: From Nationalism to Globalisation

This course explores the main intellectual, cultural and political traditions of Europe. Lecturers in the fields of history, philosophy, religion, art and other fields in the human...

United Kingdom, Cambridge

British & American Intelligence & Security

The Corpus Christi Summer School in British and American Intelligence and Security provides in-depth teaching in UK and US intelligence & security programmes from the reign of...

duration 4 weeks
credits 8 ECTS

Courses 2010

Norway, Oslo

Norwegian History

Instructional format: The classroom sessions include lectures, student presentations and discussions, and are supplemented by visits to museums, e.g. the Historical Museum and the...

duration 6 weeks
credits 9.9 ECTS