about the work of EU institutions and committees. For three days the students attended several meetings at the European Parliament, the European Commission, the Committee of the Regions and others [...] for students, as they visited the European Commission, the Institute that they heard so much during the lectures at the University. During the meeting the group gained extensive knowledge of the work [...] around the building, but also talked to the MEP, who gave them insight view on the work of the European Parliament. In the evening EUS students took a bus back to Flensburg, the group
Study visit to Brussels From May 20 to 2019, EUS students had the opportunity to go to Brussels and visit the EU institutions and NATO. Through visits to the Commission, Parliament, Council, Ombudsman and the German Representation in NATO, our students could further their knowledge and see how European politics and policy-making work in practice.
know different disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to cultures and society. They are able to understand and discuss the necessity of interdisciplinary work and have realised the challenge [...] challenge and reflect on their own interest in Doing Europe. Type of class: Lecture-series, working groups Responsibility: Matthias Bauer [...] work samples from Academic Reading and Writing and one Essay, ca. 2000-2500 words, relating to the lecture, pass or fail) Letzte Änderung: 29
she worked as wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin (research assistant) at the Department for English and American Studies of the University of Hamburg. In 2017 she defended her PhD thesis on "‘A Different Earth’: Literary Space in Mary Shelley’s Novels". Between 2013 and 2017 she taught several classes at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg. From April 2017 to March 2019 she worked as wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin for the Department for English and American Studies of the University of Hamburg again. From March 2019 on she works as wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin at the Department of English and American
of Regensburg, we invite historians of science as well as scholars from neighboring fields such as material culture studies, history of education and science museums to present their work on the historical