Central Europe A Birthplace of Modernity
International Summer School of the
Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University
July 12 - July 31, 2018
Summer school - Central Europe
This summer school will offer a complex take on the historical, cultural, and political developments taking place in Central Europe at the turn of the turn 19th and 20th centuries, which had a significant impact on European (intellectual) history and culture in the decades to come.
The summer school will be held in English.
Credit value – 6 ECTS credits.
The school aims at familiarizing the students with the intricate interplay between the various radical innovations in the sciences and in the realm of culture (in philosophy, linguistics, literature, music, visual culture, and architecture) as they manifested themselves in the region against the backdrop of sweeping socio-political changes.
Some of the developments in question contributed to fundamental reconfigurations of our understanding of the human nature, the reality we inhabit, and its representation.
Full attendance of the seminars and field trips; collective research project; essay (undergraduate students - min. 2000 words; graduate students min. 2500 words).
The required level of English language is B2 according to CEFR (TOEFL iBT score of 87 or higher / IELTS score of 5.5 or higher).