Studies in Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture: MA Program

 

The information in the university’s course catalog shall prevail.

For the M.A. study regulations please see here.

For study excursions please see here.

 

Compulsory Classes

54637

&

54677

2 c.p.

European Forum’s Colloquium

 

Prof. Noam Shoval

 

Annual | Monday | 18:30-20:00

 

 

Room 2415 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54841

2 c.p.

Workshop for Research Students on European Research*

 

 

Prof. Noam Shoval

 

 

Annual | Monday | 18:30-20:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus | *for PhD and MA students in the research track

 

 

 

54699

2 c.p.

Research Methods

 

 

Dr. Oded Steinberg

 

 

Spring Term | Monday | 16:30-18:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

40980

2 c.p.

Workshop and Seminar for Graduate Students*

 

 

Dr. Gillad Rosen

 

 

Fall Term | Tuesday | 12:30-14:00

 

 

Room xxxx | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus | *for PhD and MA students in the research track

 

 

 

Simulation Workshops

54616

1 c.p.

Terror and Human Rights

 

 

Mr. Tamir Sinai

 

 

Preparatory Meeting:

 

 

Wednesday | 10.01.2018 | 18:30-21:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Simulation Workshop:

 

 

Thursday | 11.01.2018 | 08:30-18:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54826

1 c.p.

Mechanism of Leaving the European Union

 

 

Mr. Louis Bernard

 

 

Preparatory Meeting:

 

 

Wednesday | 25.04.2018 | 18:30-21:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Simulation Workshop:

 

 

Thursday | 26.04.2018 | 08:30-18:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

Basic Courses

54695

2 c.p.

German Foreign Policy

 

 

Dr. Christian Thauer

 

 

Fall Term | Wednesday | 08:30-10:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54806

4 c.p.

German Culture, Film and Theatre

 

 

Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 10:30-14:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54835

4 c.p.

The Media in Germany: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

 

 

Dr. Gisela Dachs

 

 

Fall Term | Wednesday | 10:30-14:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

54812

2 c.p.

Introduction to German Law

 

 

Dr. Katya Assaf

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 08:30-10:00

 

 

Room xxxx | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32803

2 c.p.

Germany after Nazism- Literary and Philosophical Reflections 1944-1966

 

 

Prof. Birgit Erdle

 

 

Fall Term | Wednesday | 18:30-20:00

 

 

Room xxxxx | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

Elective Compulsory Courses

54526

2 c.p.

AfD, Linke and the Shadow of National Socialism

 

 

Dr. Stephan Grigat

 

 

Fall Term | Wednesday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room 2305 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54829

2 c.p.

Nation and Nationalism in Contemporary Europe

 

 

Dr. Stephan Grigat

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 16:30-18:00

 

 

Room 2305 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54807

2 c.p.

Cultures of Memory in Germany and Europe

 

 

Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room 6205| Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

50057

2 c.p.

Terrorism Docudrama: Political Violence, Cinema and Television in the Global Age

 

 

Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

 

 

Fall Term | Monday | 08:30-10:00

 

 

Room xxxx | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

50987

2 c.p.

The Holocaust, Collective Memory and Cinema

 

 

Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

 

 

Fall Term | Monday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room 2206 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

58892

2 c.p.

Multinational Corporations in World Politics

 

 

Dr. Christian Thauer

 

 

Fall Term | Monday | 16:30-20:00

 

 

Room 1001 | Rabin Building

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54808

2 c.p.

The Core of Europe: History and Challenges of the Franco-German Friendship

 

 

Dr. Gisela Dachs

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 18:30-20:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54809

4 c.p.

Germany and France: From Wars to Reconciliation and Beyond Study Trip to Berlin and Paris 10-18/5/2018 (tentative)

 

 

Dr. Gisela Dachs

 

 

Spring Term | ~10-18.05.2018

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

62311

2 c.p.

German Civil Code

 

 

Dr. Katya Assaf

 

 

Spring Term | Monday | 10:30-12:00

 

 

Room 307 | Faculty of Law

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54749

4 c.p.

Practicum for Social Sciences MA Students

 

 

Maya De Vries-Kedem

 

 

Annual | Monday | 12:30-14:00

 

 

Room 2302 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32823

2 c.p.

From Goethe to Adorno: Introduction to Aesthetics

 

 

Prof. Birgit Erdle

 

 

Spring Term| Wednesday| 16:30-18:00

 

 

Room xxxxx | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54833

4 c.p.

The European Union: A Unique “Beast”

 

 

Dr. Maya Sion-Tzidkiyahu

 

 

Annual | Monday | 08:30-10:00

 

 

Room 2415 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

Elective Courses

32857

2 c.p.

Between Literature and Philosophy - Walter Benjamin's writing

 

 

Prof. Birgit Erdle

 

 

Spring Term | Tuesday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room xxxxx | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32862

2 c.p.

Kafka – Short Stories

 

 

Prof. Vivian Liska

 

 

Spring Term| Wednesday | 12:30-14:00

 

 

Room xxxxx | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54814

2 c.p.

Antisemitism, Antifeminism, Nationalism: Central Europe in the 20th and 21st Century

 

 

Dr. Karin Stögner

 

 

Spring Term | Monday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room 2303 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

58377

4 c.p.

Israel and Europe

 

 

Dr. Gadi Heimann

 

 

Spring Term | Monday | 08:30-12:00

 

 

Room 5329 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

2016-2017

 

 

The information in the university’s course catalog shall prevail.

 

Compulsory Classes

54637

&

54677

2 c.p.

European Forum’s Colloquium

 

Prof. Noam Shoval

 

Annual | Wednesday | 18:30-20:00

 

 

Room 2415 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

Fall Term Schedule

 

 

Spring Term Schedule

 

 

 

54699

2 c.p.

Research Methods

 

 

Dr. Gilad Rosen

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 16:30-18-18:00

 

 

Room 2305 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

Simulation Workshops

54828

1 c.p.

Germany and Terror

 

 

Mr. Tamir Sinai

 

 

Preparatory Meeting:

 

 

Wednesday | 18.01.2017 | 18:30-21:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Simulation Workshop:

 

 

Thursday | 19.01.2017 | 08:30-18:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54828

1 c.p.

Europe and Migration

 

 

Mr. Louis Bernard

 

 

Preparatory Meeting:

 

 

Wednesday | 26.04.2017 | 18:30-21:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Simulation Workshop:

 

 

Thursday | 27.04.2017 | 08:30-18:00

 

 

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

Basic Courses

54675

4 c.p.

Modell Deutschland: The Rise and Transformation of the Wirtschaftswunder State

 

 

Dr. Christian Thauer

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 08:30-12:00

 

 

Room 2112 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54695

2 c.p.

German Foreign Policy

 

 

Dr. Christian Thauer

 

 

Fall Term | Wednesday | 10:30-12:00

 

 

Room 2301 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54674

2 c.p.

German Social History in the 20th Century

 

 

Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

 

 

Fall Term | Wednesday | 16:30-18:00

 

 

Room 3304 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54831

2 c.p.

Terrorism and Political Violence in German Public Memory and Visual Culture

 

 

Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room 2202 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54832

4 c.p.

Troubled Landscapes: Collisions, Turmoil and Attack

Study Trip to Munich and Nuremberg

 

 

Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

 

 

Spring Term | 28.03-04.04.2017

 

 

Prerequisite: Participation in course 54831

 

 

Participation is subject to additional charges.

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54686

1 c.p.

Introduction to German Constitutional Law

 

 

Prof. Jens Woelk (University of Trento, Italy)

 

 

Fall Term

 

 

10.01.2017

18:30-20:00

 

17.01.2017

18:30-20:00

 

 

12.01.2017

16:30-20:00

 

19.01.2017

16:30-20:00

 

 

15.01.2017

18:30-20:00

 

 

 

 

 

Room 2202 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54834

2 c.p.

The GDR 1949-1990: Politics, Culture and Society

 

 

Dr. Francesco Di Palma (Frei Universität Berlin)

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 12:30-16:00

 

 

Room 3201 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54835

4 c.p.

The Media in Germany: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

 

 

Dr. Gisela Dachs

 

 

Fall Term | Wednesday | 12:30-16:00

 

 

Room 1709 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

Elective Compulsory Courses

54836

2 c.p.

Israel and Europe: What You See from Here, You Don’t See from There

 

 

Dr. Gisela Dachs

 

 

Spring Term | Monday | 10:30-12:00

 

 

Room 3602 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

62311

2 c.p.

German Civil Code

 

 

Dr. Katya Assaf

 

 

Spring Term | Monday | 10:30-12:00

 

 

Room 315 | Faculty of Law

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

62712

4 c.p.

Intellectual Property Law

 

 

Dr. Katya Assaf

 

 

Fall Term | Monday | 10:30-12:00 | | Tuesday | 10:30-12:00

 

 

Room 402 | | 315 | Faculty of Law

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54825

2 c.p.

Intellectual History in the in the 19th and 20th Century in Europe

 

 

Dr. Francesco Di Palma

 

 

Fall Term | Monday | 12:30-14:00

 

 

Room 1707 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54815

1 c.p.

Successes and Pitfalls of European Economic Integration

 

 

Prof. Michael Landesmann (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies & Johannes Kepler University Linz)

 

 

Fall Term

 

 

13.11.2016

18:30-20:00

 

17.11.2017

16:30-20:00

 

 

15.11.2016

16:30-20:00

 

20.11.2016

16:30-20:00

 

 

Room 2302 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54840

1 c.p.

International Law, Global Governance and the European Union

 

 

Prof. Jan Wouters (University of Leuven)

 

 

Fall Termn

 

 

08.01.2017

18:30-20:00

 

15.01.2017

18:30-20:00

 

 

10.01.2017

18:30-20:00

 

17.01.2017

18:30-20:00

 

 

12.01.2017

16:30-20:00

 

19.01.2017

18:30-20:00

 

 

Room 2302 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54833

4 c.p.

The European Union: A Unique “Beast”

 

 

Dr. Maya Sion-Tzidkiyahu

 

 

Annual | Monday | 18:30-20:00

 

 

Room 1711 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54946

3 c.p.

EU Institutions in Brussels

Study Trip

 

 

Dr. Maya Sion-Tzidkiyahu

 

 

Fall Term | 05-12.02.04.2017

 

 

Prerequisite: Participation in course 54833

 

 

Participation is subject to additional charges.

 

 

Preparatory Meetings:

 

 

14.11.2016

16:30-18:00

 

16.01.2017

16:30-18:00

 

 

26.12.2016

16:30-18:00

 

23.01.2017

16:30-18:00

 

 

09.01.2017

16:30-18:00

 

30.01.2017

10:30-14:00

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54830

1 c.p.

Local Government and Challenges of Housing Crisis and Immigrant/Refugee Absorption

 

 

Prof. Eran Razin

Prof. Hubert Heinelt (TU Darmstadt)

 

 

Spring Term

 

 

19.03.2017

Room 6205 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

23.03.2017

Room 3610 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

54749

4 c.p.

Practicum for Social Sciences MA Students

 

 

Maya De Vries-Kedem

 

 

Annual | Monday | 12:30-14:00

 

 

Room 2302 | Faculty of Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

Elective Courses

32814

2 c.p.

Hanna Arendt on Language, Literature and Art

 

 

Prof. Birgit Erdle

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 16:30-18:00

 

 

Room 2301 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

50987

2 c.p.

The Holocaust, Collective Memory and Cinema

 

 

Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

 

 

Fall Term| Monday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room 1 | Media Department

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32829

2 c.p.

German Poetry after 1945

 

 

Prof. Vivian Liska

 

 

Spring |Term | Wednesday | 12:30-14:00

 

 

Room 2507 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

13722

2 c.p.

Research Seminar for German-Jewish History

 

 

Prof. Yfaat Weiss

 

 

Fall Term | Monday | 10:30-14:00

 

 

Room 1001 | Rabin Building

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

          

 

 

Courses of the DAAD Lektor

 

The information in the university’s course catalog shall prevail.

 

32204

4 c.p.

Academic Writing in German

 

 

Dr. Kristina Reiss

 

 

Annual | Tuesday | 12:30-14:00

 

 

Room 2406 | Faculty of Humanitiesw

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32218

4 c.p.

Developing Writing and Speaking Skills in German

 

 

Dr. Kristina Reiss

 

 

Annual | Wednesday | 10:30-12:00

 

 

Room 2506 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32272

4 c.p.

Advanced German

 

 

Dr. Kristina Reiss

 

 

Fall Term | Monday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Fall Term | Wednesday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room 2306 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32327

2 c.p.

What’s Going on? German Press and News

 

 

Dr. Kristina Reiss

 

 

Spring Term | Monday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room 2706 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32569

2 c.p.

Creative Writing in German

 

 

Dr. Kristina Reiss

 

 

Fall Term | Wednesday | 12:30-14:00

 

 

Room 2501 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32571

2 c.p.

German Film before and after the “Wende” (1989)

 

 

Dr. Kristina Reiss

 

 

Spring Term | Wednesday | 12:30-14:00

 

 

Room 30 | Bloomfield Library for the Humanities and Social Sciences

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

 

32827

2 c.p.

Modern German Literature

 

 

Dr. Kristina Reiss

 

 

Fall Term | Tuesday | 14:30-16:00

 

 

Room 2501 | Faculty of Humanities

 

 

Syllabus

 

 

Studies in Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture: Study Trips

 

Troubled Landscapes: Exploring Traces of Violence in German History and Culture

A Study Trip to Munich and Nuremberg

Dr. Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann

Throughout the course of history the city of Munich as well as other parts of the Federal State of Bavaria were fundamentally shaped by political turmoil, revolts and the outbreak of political violence. The 20th century as a “century of violence” in particular still affects ongoing political and cultural life in Germany. The memory of political turmoil, ideological collisions and terrorist attacks left significant traces in the landscapes of German cities. Besides Berlin the Bavarian capital Munich might be one of the most shattered metropolises in contemporary Germany. Events such as the “Bavarian Soviet Republic” in 1919, Hitler’s Beer Hall Putsch in 1923, Munich’s characterization as “Capital of the Nazi Movement” during the 1930s and 1940s, postwar terrorist attacks such as the hostage crisis during the Olympic Games in 1972 and the bomb attack on the Oktoberfest in 1980 and two murders of the National Socialist Underground in 2001 and 2005 create a fabric of ‘resonating violence’. Munich’s neighboring Franconian metropolis Nuremberg was similarly shaped by the experience of political violence. Once, during the 1930s, the city hosted huge Nazi party conferences. Today the former convention center, fragmented ‘brutality in stone’ (Alexander Kluge), hosts a museum. After the war Nuremberg was place of several trials against Nazi perpetrators. In 1973 the radical left wing terrorist group “Revolutionary Cells” targeted the ITT Corporation, in 1979 a member of the Red Army Faction was arrested in Nuremberg. Between 2000 and 2009 the NSU committed three brutal murder and several bomb attacks in the city.

The study excursion will explore different cultural, historical and geographical traces of this troubling history. Therefore we will visit various places of memory in the Bavarian capital Munich and Franconia's metropolis Nuremberg. The tour will include remarkable memorials, monuments and museums, including historical exhibitions and famous art collections, and is based on presentations prepared by the student participants. It attempts to encounter the troubled history of Munich and Nuremberg and to introduce a multitude of partly conflicting memories within German history and political culture.

For preparation the course “German Social History in the 20th Century” (fall semester) is recommended. Parallel to the study excursion students are required to attend the course “Terrorism and Political Violence in German Public Memory and Visual Culture” (spring semester).

 

2015/16: Flexible Borders: Cultural, Political and Economic Interactions between North Germany and Denmark

Dr. Yaakov Ben-Meir

June 20 - July 1, 2016

 

The geography of the Jutland peninsula is determined by the North Sea to its west, the Baltic Sea to its east, and the Elbe River to its south. Nevertheless, its south is nowadays governed by the state of Schleswig-Holstein, the northernmost state of the German Federation, and its north by Denmark. The area of Schleswig-Holstein and South Denmark had been disputed since the middle ages till World War II. During the middle ages, the area was the border between the Holy Roman Empire and the Vikings, with the Hansa League having strong economic and commercial interests invested in it; during the nineteenth century, it was the focus of conflict between the Kingdom of Denmark, Prussia, and Austro-Hungary. The study excursion will explore the recurrent changes in of borders between Germany and Denmark in this disputed area, and will focus on the cultural interactions between northern Germany and Denmark which visually constructed its multi-culturalism. The excursion will start in Hamburg, which lies on the River Elbe, will continue further north in cities such as Lübeck and Schleswig, and will be concluded in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.

Main topics:

  • Shared historical and cultural background to German and Danish Jutland: the Vikings and Lutheranism.
  • The German Hanse League cities from the middle Ages till the 16th century: interaction and rivalry with Denmark.
  • The nineteenth century: the Schleswig Wars, the rebuilding of Hamburg.
  • Post- World War II art and architecture in North Germany and Denmark.

Program

Day 1, Monday, June 20: Flight

Day 2, Tuesday, June 21: Modernist Hamburg, 1842-1937
10:00     Deichstraße
10:30     Sankt Nikolai Kirche
Presentation: Operation Gomorrha: The objectives and aftermath of the bombing of Hamburg during World War II
12:00     Rathaus (Martin Haller, 1886-1897)
13:30     Jungfernstieg
15:00     Hamburg Dammtor
16:00     Laeiszhalle and Hamburger Symphony (Martin Haller, 1904-1908)
18:00     Grindelhochhäuser, Hamburg

Day 3, Wednesday, June 22: Hamburger Commerce and the Sea
09:00     Afrikahaus (Martin Haller, 1899) and Chilehaus (Fritz Höger, 1922-24)
09:30     Speicherstadt
10:00     Elbphilharmonie and Hafencity
12:00     Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg (Local: North German, Danish) / Meeting
14:30     Deichtorhallen
16:30     BallinStadt
Presentation: Albert Ballin and the Hamburg-America Line

Day 4, Thursday, June 23: Religious Toleration and Intoleration: Sankt Pauli and Altona
10:00     Hamburger Kunsthalle (permanent collection, Manet exhibition)
14:30     Sankt Michaelis
Presentation: Lutheranism in Hamburg and North Germany and Johannes Bugenhagen
15:30     Sankt Pauli Landungsbrücken
16:00     Bismarck-Denkmal
17:00     Jüdischer Friedhof Altona
Presentation: History of the Jewish communites in Altona
18:00     Platz der Republik and Altonaer Rathaus

Day 5, Friday, June 24: Lübeck: the Queen of the Hansa
11:30     Salzspeicher and Holstentor
12:30     Europäisches Hansemuseum
Presentation: The economic and political system of the Hansa cities and their competition with Denmark
15:30     Sankt Marien in Lübeck

Day 6, Saturday, June 25: Lübeck, Santiago and Jerusalem
10:00     Buddenbrookhaus
13:00     Heiligen Geist Hospital
13:30     Sankt Jakobi and Kreuzweg
Presentation: The Kreuzweg of Sankt Jakobi and Jerusalem Translations

Day 7, Sunday, June 26: Dannevirke and Schleswig
10:00     Gästehaus der Landesregierung, Kiel
13:00     Dannevirke Archeological Park
14:00     Wikinger Museum Haithabu
15:30     Schloss Gottorf
Presentation: The geo-political background of the Second Schleswig War
Presentation: The Second Schleswig War, its aftermath and the Austro-Prussian War

19:00     Walk through Schleswig

Day 8, Monday, June 27: From Germany to Denmark
09:30     Schloss Glücksburg
10:30     Marineschule Mürwik
Presentation: The Imperial German navy from the 1890's till World War I
13:30     Frøslev Camp Museum
Presentation: The German occupation of Denmark during World War II
16:30     Jelling
Evening in Fredericia

Day 9, Tuesday, June 28: From the Jutland to Copenhagen
12:00     Kronborg Slot
14:00     Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Day 10, Wednesday, June 29: Free day in Copenhagen

Day 11, Thursday, June 30: Copenhagen
10:00     Christiansborg Slot
12:00     Børsen
12:30     Københavns Rådhus
13:00     Sankt Petri Kirke
Presentation: The 1920 plebiscite in Schleswig and the German minority in Denmark
14:30     Statens Museum for Kunst
16:30     Frederiksstaden

Day 12, Friday, July 1: Flight