This year we offer two types of courses:
- Lectures, in which apart from attendance, you are going to read secondary literature, perhaps make presentations, write book review or essays and that may finish with a final exam.
- Tutorials, a form quite specific to the Institute, in which you work in a small group on selected topics (usually related to your lecturer’s current research) and learn methodology of research and build skills of critique and analysis of different types of primary sources.
The course are as follows:
Winter semester (Oct. 2019 – Jan 2020):
Dr Grzegorz Pac (firstname.lastname@example.org): “Political and religious culture of Poland in 11th-12th c.” tutorial
Dr Grzegorz Pac (email@example.com): “Poland in the Middle Ages - State, Society, Culture and Religion,” lecture
Dr Mateusz Wilk (firstname.lastname@example.org): “Introduction to Classical Islamic Culture,” lecture
Prof. Robert Wiśniewski (email@example.com): “Clergy in Ancient Christianity,” lecture
Summer semester (Feb 2020 – June 2020):
Dr Igor Chabrowski (firstname.lastname@example.org): “19th and 20th Century China,” lecture
Dr Igor Chabrowski (email@example.com): “China under Mao,” tutorial
Dr Natalia Królikowska (firstname.lastname@example.org): “Travelling to and from the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the Early Modern Period,” tutorial
Dr Natalia Królikowska (email@example.com): “Contacts between Islam and Christendom in the Early Modern Period,” lecture
Dr Aleskandra Oniszczuk (firstname.lastname@example.org): “History of Poland in the 19th Century: The Challenge of Equality,” tutorial
Prof. Robert Wiśniewski (email@example.com): “Ancient History Class,” tutorial
Each of the above courses is worth 4 ECTS points irrespective if lecture or tutorial.
If you want to register for the course, please contact your lecturer directly via email.
Once you chose your course, you can register ONLY through the Institute of History ERASMUS+ coordinator dr Igor Chabrowski (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All the best,
Igor Chabrowski, PhD
Erasmus+ coordinator, Institute of History