Bradley University’s annual Berlin Seminar will be held from June 22 through
June 28, 2008.
This program is intended for academics interested in the
history and contemporary culture, society, economy, and politics of Germany and Europe. Centered at the European Academy in Berlin-Grunewald, the
seminar activities include discussions with leaders from the realms of
academia, culture, and politics.
There will also be guided trips to points
of historical and contemporary interest, including a day trip to Dresden.
All sessions are conducted in English or with a translator. The cost is
$1800, which includes room and board in Berlin, the seminar program, and
the Dresden trip. Applications are due by January 31, 2008. For further
details and an application form, please visit our website at
www.bradley.edu/academics/las/his/Berlin or contact Dr. John A. Williams at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 309-677-3182.
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