12 June 2020
The main body of the course consists of the 3 main strands in the programme, as follows:
- History of Second World War
- Working in multidisciplinary teams
- Problems in societies of today
Students will go on field excursions to Amsterdam (Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum), a former concentration camp, and Berlin (Holocaust Museum, DDR Museum, the Wall and the Reichstag).
The international students will also participate in a social programme. The students will develop their intercultural, design and project-management skills while working on projects with an impact on presentday society.
The purpose of this summer school is to provide students with the opportunity to collaborate with an international cohort to study Holocaust history. Students will then use these "lessons from the past" to examine, investigate, and critique problems in today's societies (social inequality, discrimination, refugees) in order to formulate a final project to convey these lessons to a target audience.
In this international project, students will work in small teams comprised of both their Dutch and US peers. Excursions to Amsterdam (Anne Frank Home), Former Concentration Camp Bergen Belsen and Berlin (Holocaust Museum) will be part of this summer institute.
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