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 combined courses, designed by three excellent European universities, will provide an exciting overview of the history and workings of Europe. Emerge yourself in Europe’s history and culture and visit many of the tangible remains during excursions.
The Making of Europe – special track course is offered at China Europe International Summer School (CEISS).
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 a political, economic and societal perspective. You will come to understand developments from both a national and an international perspective. The programme will offer you the opportunity to explore a broad range of topics stretching from the rise of Western Civilization with the Roman Empire on one hand, followed by the Medieval Era, the Renaissance and Baroque on the other hand. But also the Dutch Golden Age, the age of European state-building, the rise of the welfare state and the bourgeoisie are on the programme. To round off this programme you will be introduced to major developments in the 20th century with treatment of the First and Second World Wars, the Interbellum and the Cold War, the rise and fall of totalitarian regimes and the rise of European collaboration and global relations.
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
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Of course the topics addressed in Rome, Utrecht and Berlin will have strong ties to the specific locations, but in the meantime will keep the full picture of the developments throughout Europe in sight, during all your lectures and multiple excursions.
Students of the humanities and social sciences, including economics and business, political sciences, European studies, international relations, history, culture studies and sociology, the sciences and engineering at senior undergraduate or graduate level with an interest in culture, society and politics. A general background in the social sciences may help, but no specific expertise is required.
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