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M3 Specialisation (24 ECTS)

070173 SE Seminar zu Geschichte (PM 4) - Slawische Chroniken des mittelalterlichen Balkans
070133 SE Seminar zu Geschichte (PM 4) - The End of the First World War and the creation of new states in the East Central and South Eastern Europe
070162 SE [en] Seminar - Social and Economic History of Central European Regions in Comparison, 1000-1600
070144 PS Proseminar - Sakrale und profane Heiligenkulte
070143 PS [en] MA-Proseminar - Of Arabs, Persians and Turks: Patterns of Dynastic Rule in the Islamic World (c.600-1600 CE)
070178 AR [en] AR Methoden- Workshop - Oral history - theoretical and methodological introduction
070063 VO Lecture (PM4) - Revolution! A history of the upheaval in Central Europe against the backdrop of international tensions, 1914 - 1924
210118 VO M5: EU and Europeanisation - SpezialVO
210130 SE M9: SE Eastern European Studies - Transformation of Statehood in Eastern Europe, focusing Ukraine.
210131 SE M9: SE Eastern European Studies - Roma in Eastern and Western Europe
480125 KO Czech Romantic Manuscript-Forgeries in Historical Contexts - Colloquium on Literature and Culture
480136 SE Emir Kusturica's "Andricgrad": Literature (made) of Stone - Seminar on Literature and Culture
480140 KO Polish-Russian contacts in literature - Colloquium on Literature
480148 SE Caucasus in Russian, Polish and Ukrainian literature - Seminar on Literature and Culture
480160 KO Colloquium on Utopia and Dystopia in Russian, Czech an Polish Literatures - interpretation of selected texts: Colloquium on Literature and Culture
480163 KO Galician literature(s): German, Ukrainian and Polish texts - compared between modernity and the present : Literature and Culture Studies

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