Search result: Course units in Spring Semester 2015

GESS Compulsory Elective Course Information
Only the topics listed in this paragraph can be chosen as GESS compulsory elective course
853-0726-00LHistory II: Global (Anti-Imperialism and Decolonisation, 1919-1975)W3 credits2VH. Fischer-Tiné
851-0101-07LScience and Colonialism
Does not take place this semester.
W3 credits2SH. Fischer-Tiné
851-0101-45LReligious Fundamentalism and Religious Violence: Global Perspectives (1850-2001 Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 30.
W3 credits2SH. Fischer-Tiné
851-0101-38LThe Birth of a World Religion - Introduction to the History of the Sikhs and Sikhism, c. 1500-2000W2 credits1VH. Fischer-Tiné
851-0549-11LAdvanced Course History of TechnologyW3 credits2SD. Gugerli, H. Mangold
851-0554-04LCultural and Scientific History of East-AsiaW2 credits2VV. Eschbach-Szabo
851-0812-06LHeureka III: Men in Antiquity: Biographies, Roles, CareersW2 credits2VC. Utzinger, M. Amann, B. Beer, A. Broger, F. Egli Utzinger, R. Harder
851-0101-44LHistory of Sexuality as Global History of the 19. and 20. CenturyW3 credits2GR. Kramm-Masaoka
851-0544-05LEnergy Transformations: History and PresentW2 credits2VM. Gisler
851-0512-04LOral History: Theories and Exercices on Reliability of Memory Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 30.
W3 credits2UG. Spuhler
851-0535-09LRegional Politics of the Arabian PeninsulaW2 credits2KE. Manea
051-0364-00LHistory of Urban Design II Information W2 credits2VV. Magnago Lampugnani
051-0332-00LHistory of Art and Architecture II Information W4 credits4GI. Heinze-Greenberg, M. Markschies
051-0312-00LHistory of Art and Architecture IV Information W3 credits2VL. Stalder
851-0300-39LLiterature and Science in Exile 1933-1945W3 credits2VA. Kilcher
851-0300-90LRace, Class, Gender: Cultural Knowledge by Thomas MannW3 credits2SA. Kilcher, A. Totzke
851-0300-89LBelieving and Knowing: Religion within Popular Culture
Does not take place this semester.
W3 credits2V
851-0306-04LWhy do we (not) need God? Answers from Theology, Philosophy, Science, Literature and CultureW3 credits2SE. Edelmann-Ohler
851-0309-12LRe-Reading Thomas Mann's Novellas from the Persepctive of the History of Ideas and Knowledge Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 30.
W3 credits2SJ. Reidy
851-0315-01LWriting: Precision of Language as a Field of Research for Literature Restricted registration - show details W1 credit1GF. Kretzen
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