1. Professor Włodzimierz Borodziej, Geschichte "Volkspolens", 1944 - 1989. Eine Einführung, Wednesdays, 1.15 pm-2.45 pm, room B
2. Professor Joseph Bradley, Modern Russia from the Era of the Great Reforms to the Collapse of Communism, Tuesdays, 3 pm - 4.30 pm, room 125
3. Professor Joseph Bradley, Seminar: The Russian Revolution, Wednesdays, 3 pm - 4.30 pm, room 21
4.Robert Brier, PhD., German Policies of Occupation, Imperialism, and Genocide, 1939-1945: History and Analysis, Mondays, 1.15 pm-2.45 pm, room B
5. Igor Chabrowski, PhD., Looking for a new language: the politics of Chinese culture from the late nineteenth century to 1949, Thursdays, 3 pm-4.30 pm, room A
6. Professor Tomasz Kizwalter, The Polish Lands and Europe in the 19th Century, Wednesdays, 9.45 am - 11.15 am, room 17
7. Natalia Królikowska, PhD., Contacts between Islam and Christendom in the Early Modern Period, Wednesdays, 3 pm-4.30 pm, room 125
8. Professor Piotr Majewski, History of Poland in the 20th Century, Mondays, 11.30 am - 1 pm, room 17
9. Professor Marek Pawełczak, From Exploration to the Scramble: East Africa and Europe in the 19th Century, Fridays, 11.30 am - 1 pm, room A
10. Laura Pozzi, PhD, Visual Arts and Politics in China from the establishment of the Republic to the Cultural Revolution: Analysis and Comparison, Mondays, 3 pm - 4.30 pm
11. Maciej Radomski, MA, Poland in the Middle Ages - State, Society and Culture, Thursdays, 1.15 pm - 2.45 pm, room A
Since the summer semester starts on February 18 (Wednesday) the first classes take place that day. These courses are intended primarily for Erasmus and other foreign students - they are asked to register with the lecturers even if the course appears as full in the USOS database. From this semester we would like to simplify the registration procedure - guest students are asked to register with the respective lecturers without passing through the Erasmus coordinator.
Each of these courses is worth 4 ECTS. For each of them, with the exception of The Polish Lands and Europe in the 19th Century you can write an optional essay for additional 2 ECTS, on condition of meeting the basic requirements for the "basic" 4 ECTS.
For further inquiries, please contact Doctor Mateusz Wilk, Student Exchange Coordinator at the Institute of History at: firstname.lastname@example.org or during his office hours on Mondays, from 3.30 pm until 4.30 pm, room 103.