Courses in Summer 2021
- Perspectives on current research (Prof. Dr. Anke Ortlepp and Dr. Silke Hackenesch)
Tuesday, 5.45 to 7.15pm
- Environment, Cities, and Cultures (Prof. Dr. Anke Ortlepp)
Thursday, 4 to 5.30pm
- Black Lives Matter: Historical Legacies and Global Perspectives (Dr. Silke Hackenesch)
Tuesday, 4 to 5.30pm (starts March 2, 2021)
- Revisiting American Histories. Revisions and Re-Imaginations of US Narratives in Politics and Culture (Dr. Jacob Birken)
Thursday, 10 to 11.30am
Classes offered at the University of Bonn for NAS students
MA NAS students may study the following modules at the University of Bonn:
Module: Transdisciplinary Perspectives
Seminar: Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Vulnerability (Knewitz & Fackler), Di 12-14
Module: Political Institutions and Domestic Policy
Lecture Political Institutions: American Politics & Elections in a Polarized Era (Janusch), Wo 1: Fr 10-13, Wo 2-5: Fr 10-16
Seminar Polarized: An Analysis of the 2020 Presidential Election (Janusch), Wo 1: Fr 13-16, Wo 6: Fr 10-18, Wo 12: Fr 10-16 Wo 13: Fr 10-16
Seminar From the Freemasons to QAnon: Political Conspiracy Theories in the United States (Hoffmann), Sa 9-16, (Blockseminar samstags) Konferenzzimmer 2. OG oder Raum A
Lecture Macro (Busun), Di 11 Uhr?
Lecture S Macro (Lorberg?)
Note: Bonn and Cologne have an established cooperation. Students from Cologne taking classes in Bonn must not register as “kleine Zweithörer” at Bonn University. Students only need to contact the professors teaching the classes they intend to take. For the Politics Module, students may email Holger Janusch (hjanusch(at)uni-bonn.de), and for the Economics Module, Sine Kontbay Busun (skontbay(at)uni-bonn.de) is responsible. Students then participate in the courses in Bonn, do the required exam and get a certificate which will be recognized for the MA NAS in Cologne.
Students complete either one of these modules, Politics or Economics, in toto in Bonn over the course of two semesters, instead of studying module 3: Postcolonial Studies here in Cologne.
Students may also sign up for the class " Change the Name: Mascots and Indigenous Identity " taught by visiting scholar Matt Sheedy from Canada (for the module 2: History and Society).
Note: Please contact Matt Sheedy to sign up for the class: msheedy(at)uni-bonn.de