Centre for European Studies, Jagiellonian University, Krakow
July 4-25 July 2004.
This is the second year that the Centre for European Studies organizes the Summer School of Central and Eastern European Politics and Culture.
The curriculum of this summer session will comprise the issues of the newest history of the region, politics and future perspectives of the region from different academic perspectives and with a view on European integration processes, and consequences of globalization for Central European transition countries. The lectures will be divided into three modules with one distinguished lecturer taking responsibility of one week of classes and concentrating on one particular academic subject matter.
The classes held in Krakow will be supplemented by the tour of Malopolska and will give the opportunity to acquaint the participants with natural and cultural heritage of the region. The working language is English. The session is addressed to students, undergraduate as well as postgraduate. The application package should contain CV and a letter of motivation. This year we will hold the lectures in our new seat, which is situated in a beautiful Przegorzaly castle.
The applications should be sent by May 31, 2004 to the address below.
Robert Grzanka, MA
Centre for European Studies
ul. Jodlowa 13
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