Holocaust travel-study to be offered
The Messenger 11.08.07
The University of Tennessee at Martin has partnered with Union University to offer a Holocaust travel-study trip in the spring, May 18-June 1.
Participants in the program will experience on-site learning in Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland to explore Berlin, Prague, Cracow and Warsaw.
They will see Holocaust memorials, former concentration and death camps and Jewish ghettos. Participants will also visit national landmarks, museums, churches and other cultural sites.
Students will attend classroom instruction sessions during the spring semester and have the opportunity to earn three or six hours of upper-level academic credit.
The course offerings include the following: The Holocaust in Historical and Literary Perspective, offered by Dr. Alice-Catherine Carls, UT Martin Tom Elam Distinguished Professor of History; History of the Holocaust, offered by Dr. Stephen Carls, Union University; and Ethics and Theology After the Holocaust, offered by Dr. David Gushee, Union University.
For more information, contact Dr. Carls by telephone at (731) 881-7472 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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