Experience Slavic Europe
The KIIS summer Slavic Europe program takes place in two countries. It starts in the thousand-year-old city of L’viv (Ukraine). This urban center is a UNESCO world heritage site and classes make use of local museums, cafes, and national institutions. Students participate in an international student conference, make traditional Ukrainian folk Easter eggs, visit the Carpathian Mountains, palace ruins, and smaller towns & villages. The program concludes in Poland, where students explore the Medieval City of Krakow, and visit the Nazi Death Camps at Auschwitz.
Summer 2019 Course Offerings:
HIST 490 / HON 300 Topics: Battleground of Empires (3 hours) (Graduate credit available)
ENG 290 / GWS 470 Topics: Women Writers in Times of Terror