Democracy & Diversity Graduate Summer Institute
Wroclaw [Vrots-love], Poland
July 10-26, 2013
The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS) is pleased to announce that it will hold its 22nd annual Democracy & Diversity Institute at The New School summer campus in Wroclaw, Poland from July 10 to 26, 2013. Widely admired as an intimate international forum for lively but rigorous debate on critical issues of democratic life, the D&D Institute brings an interdisciplinary, comparative, and highly interactive approach to the social, political, and cultural challenges facing today's world. Over the years the D&D Institute has gathered an exceptional international reputation as a major transatlantic bridge that brings Americans and Europeans closer to ideas generated in both parts of the world.
Located between Berlin, Prague and Warsaw, and saturated with the history and memory of their respective cultures, Wroclaw (formerly Breslau) is a beautiful and booming city that uniquely conveys both the challenges and the promise of a united Europe.
The D&D Institute is organized by the Transregional Center for Democratic Studies, which has nurtured over the years a growing but closely knit network of extraordinary alumni occupying positions of high responsibility on both sides of the ocean. Our partner in Wroclaw is the International Institute for the Study of Culture and Education (IISCE) at the University of Lower Silesia.
New School students register for 2 out of the 4 graduate-level seminars offered, and receive 6 credits, while other participants receive Institute certificates. The following courses are offered at this year's Wroclaw Institute:
Social Imaginary of the Urban: The Spatial, the Temporal and the Political in Wroclaw
Elzbieta Matynia - NSSR, Sociology and Liberal Studies
Susan Yelavich - Parsons, Design Studies
Hannah Arendt: Politics and Philosophy
Richard J. Bernstein - NSSR, Philosophy
The Cultural Politics of Memory
Carol L. Bernstein - Bryn Mawr College, English and Comparative Literature
Politics, Publics, Movements
Jeffrey Goldfarb - NSSR, Sociology
Full program information about this year's Institute, including course descriptions, application instructions and form are available at the TCDS website (http://blogs.newschool.edu/tcds/wroclaw-2013)
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by e-mail at tcds(at)newschool.edu, or by phone at +1 (212) 229-5580 ext. 3137.
Please note that the deadline for all applicants outside of The New School is April 8, 2013.
See you in Wroclaw!
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