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Berlin as a Site of History - May-Term 2010

*****INFO SESSIONS*****
NOVEMBER 17, 4-4:30PM, HELLER HALL 1210B (TUES.)
DECEMBER 3, 1:30-2PM, SOCIAL SCIENCE 1183 (THURS.)

Berlin as a Site of History
Study Abroad Course in Berlin, Germany

May Term 2010: May 19--June 11, 2010
4 cr. History 3960, German 3510, or Global Studies 3900

Faculty leaders:
MJ Maynes, History - Twin Cities Campus (mayne001@umn.edu)
Marynel Ryan Van Zee, History - Morris Campus (mkryan@morris.umn.edu)

Please attend an info session, contact one of the faculty leaders, or visit the program webpage at:
http://www.umabroad.umn.edu/programs/europe/customgermanyberlin/index.shtml

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