Courses in Central and Eastern European Studies Fall 2021
Information and guidance about the courses this fall
By choosing Central and Eastern European Studies as part of your university education, you profile yourself for employers who work internationally and need employees with perspectives. Today, exchanges with the countries of Eastern and Central Europe are growing in both the private and public sectors.
Courses Fall 2021
Below you find a list of courses in Central and Eastern European Studies for the fall of 2021. If you have a general interest in Central and Eastern European Studies information about courses, degree and job opportunities can be found here: https://www.sol.lu.se/ioc/om-att-studera-ost-och-centraleuropakunskap (in Swedish).
Deadline for applications is October 15.
Basic level courses:
ÖCKB12, Central and Eastern European Studies: The Balkans - Cultural History, Politics and Society, 15 ECTS
As a student on this course, you will have the opportunity to make a journey through the rich and diverse history of the Balkan region and explore its significant relations with both the Ottoman Empire in the east and the Habsburg Empire in the west. (OBS: The course is given in Swedish)
SASH62, Communism in East and Central Europe: Present, Past, and Future Perspectives, 7,5 hp
The course addresses the development of communism after World War II, focusing on the situation in Central and Eastern Europe. The aim is to study the development of communism during the Cold War, from the Yalta conference in 1945 to the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, and its consequences in the 1990s and early twenty-first century. The subject is addressed from both genetic and genealogical perspectives. The course is given in English.
Advanced level courses:
(for those of you who have already studied at least 90 higher education credits in courses in the humanities or social sciences)
Ukraine and Belarus have experienced tremendous political changes over the past decade. And events are still unfolding. This course will help you get a better understanding of the social and political forces that is driving this change and the historical context they develop within.
If you have any questions about our education please contact our Academic advisor.