640022 Ancient History I: Migration - a central Phenomenon in the History of Mankind

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640022
Ancient History I: Migration - a central Phenomenon in the History of Mankind
VO 1
2,5
Block
annually
German

The course aims at analysing migration within a typological framework, taking into consideration as well the political and social measures related to the phenomenon.

The course focuses on specific topics related to the general issue of migration. The chronological framework ranges from the Ancient Near East through contemporary times.

Overview of recent debates and problems.


Apart from a detailed preliminary and debriefing session the papers presented during the international meeting „Migration – ein zentrales Phänomen der Menschheitsgeschichte“ constitute the main part of the course.

Two papers given at the conference „Migration – ein zentrales Phänomen der Menschheitsgeschichte“ have to be analysed and discussed (content, approach, discussion and assessment; 5-6 pages).

not applicable

online registration

to be announced
Group 0
Date Time Location
Tue 2016-10-04
17.15 - 18.30 Atrium - SR 4 Atrium - SR 4 Barrier-free Vorbesprechung