The Philosophy Deparment at Suffolk University would like to offer your students the opportunity to study abroad in Central Europe this upcoming summer! The tour is designed and led by Dr. Jeffrey Johnson, a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University. The duration of the course and tour is two weeks, and students will engage in a discussion on the difficulties of achieving freedom and dignity in society while visiting Prague, Asuchwitz, and Krakow. Please feel free to contact the Office of Study Abroad (617-573-8072) or Professor Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or inquiries.
You can visit Europe and receive academic credits at the same time!
Here are a few of the topics that will be covered on this tour:
Totalinarianism: Fascist and Communist
The Roots of Violence and Genocide
The Challenges of Transition: From Totalitarianism to Democracy
The Struggle to Build a Civil Society
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