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Layered Berlin

GERM 264
Berlin, Germany
Prof: Paul Youngman

This intensive language course offers students an extended period of direct exposure to the language, culture, and people of Germany. Students immerse themselves in the culturally rich environs of Berlin, improving their language skills through extensive and innovative language instruction and literary study. Students also gain greater understanding of German history and contemporary culture through lectures by native authorities and tours of museums and churches, and through their contact with their host families as well as native German university students.

 

Our Blogger: Kelly Douma

Kelly Douma is a junior from Charlottesville, Virginia, double-majoring in German and European History and minoring in Women and Gender Studies. She is a Appalachian Adventure trip leader with the Outing Club and a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, the Women’s Volleyball Club and the German club.

“I am very excited to be blogging about my trip to Berlin, especially seeing the non-touristy parts through my host-family and the extremely travel savvy Professor Youngman.”

  • Class Year: 2016
  • Major(s): German, History
  • Minor(s): Women’s and Gender Studies
  • Hometown: Troy, VA
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