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Berlin Seminar

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June 9 to 18, 2021

Designed with passionate scholars in mind, examine Prussian culture, Weimar-era decadence, World War II, the Cold War and reunification in Berlin during an up-close exploration of this storied European capital with history professor Jim Sheehan, ‘58.

If these walls could talk. Discover Berlin’s wealth of historic monuments and buildings, including the iconic Brandenburg Gate, the stately Bellevue Palace and the Neo-Romanesque Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. Treasure trove. Spend a full day on Museum Island, a complex of five world-renowned museums located in the center of the city and home to such masterpieces as the bust of Nefertiti, the Pergamon Altar and the breathtaking Ishtar Gate. Modern times. Explore the architecture, memorials, street art and history of neighborhoods that underwent profound change throughout the 20th century and continue to evolve.

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COST:

$7,995 per person, double occupancy


FACULTY LEADER

James Sheehan
History

Jim Sheehan, '58, lectures on historic changes in European society, culture and politics. He is particularly interested in social and economic conditions that occurred in the 20th-century.


Contact Us

(650) 725-1093
travelstudy@alumni.stanford.edu

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