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INFO SESSION FOR MAYMESTER: READING PRAGUE: LITERATURE, ART AND HISTORY

Tue, October 2, 2012 • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM • CAL 422

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MAYMESTER: READING PRAGUE: LITERATURE, ART AND HISTORY

INFORMATION SESSION, Open to all majors:

DATE: Tuesday, October 2

TIME: 12 – 1 p.m.

LOCATION: CAL 422

 

    Prague is a center of diverse literary, architectural and artistic  influences and is a site that gave birth to influential writers such  as Jaroslav Hasek, Franz Kafka, and Bohumil Hrabal. Students explore  the architecture, distinct districts, monuments, cemeteries, churches  and Castle, and consider how these sites have inspired countless  writers from around the globe. For most of its history, Prague was not a homogenous Czech city. The rich Jewish history of Prague is a strong  component to the explorations, readings and discussions of the  program, as are the incorporation of groups such as Roma (Gypsies),  Germans, and the currently thriving Vietnamese community. Students  explore the diversity of Prague through historic and cultural site  visits, and by reading literary works, watching contemporary films,  and surveying recent works of art.  

Course(s)

  • CZ  324 - Reading Prague: Literature, Art and History  (Cross listing:  CL 323, EUS 347, GRC 327E, HIS 362G, REE 325)

Faculty

Dr. Veronika Tuckerova is a Prague native and specializes in Czech/German/Jewish literature of Central Europe. She teaches classes on various aspects of Czech literature, culture and history.

Program Dates

- Maymester
May 2013 to June 2013
Final Deadline: November 1, 2012

Please contact the UT Study Abroad Office for the latest information on fees, deadlines, and procedures.


Additional Information Sessions:

DATE: Tuesday, October 16

TIME: 12 – 1 p.m.

LOCATION: CAL 422


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