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Search result: Course units in Spring Semester 2016

GESS Compulsory Elective Course Information
Only the topics listed in this paragraph can be chosen as GESS compulsory elective course.
Further below you will find the "type B courses Reflections about subject specific methods and content" as well as the language courses.

6 ECTS need to be acquired during the BA and 2 ECTS during the MA

Students who already took a course within their main study program are NOT allowed to take the course again.
Type A: Enhancement of Reflection Competence
Students who already took a course within their main study program are NOT allowed to take the course again.
853-0726-00LHistory II: Global (Anti-Imperialism and Decolonisation, 1919-1975)W3 credits2VH. Fischer-Tiné
851-0101-07LScience and ColonialismW3 credits2SH. Fischer-Tiné
851-0549-11LAdvanced Course History of Technology
Does not take place this semester.
W3 credits2SD. Gugerli
851-0554-04LCultural and Scientific History of East-AsiaW2 credits2VV. Eschbach-Szabo
851-0549-13LInside Computers. The History of Digital Societies Since 1950s
Particularly suitable for students of MAVT, ITET, INFK, BAUG, HEST, ARCH, MATL
W3 credits2VD. Gugerli
851-0544-05LEnergy Transformations: History and PresentW2 credits2VM. Gisler
851-0101-51LThe Making of Sexuality - Sexology Around 1900 Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
Number of participants limited to 25
W3 credits2S
851-0812-07LHeureka IV: Ancient Cities: The Significance of Urban Centers in the Greco-Roman WorldW2 credits2VC. Utzinger, M. Amann, B. Beer, A. Broger, F. Egli Utzinger, R. Harder
851-0101-50LIn Search of "Missing Links" in Europe and the Asian-Pacific World, 1859-1920
Particularly suitable for students of D-BIOL, D-ERW, D-BSSE
W3 credits2SB. Schär
051-0332-00LHistory of Art and Architecture II Information W4 credits4GI. Heinze-Greenberg, B. Nicolai
051-0312-00LHistory of Art and Architecture IV Information W3 credits2VL. Stalder
051-0364-00LHistory of Urban Design II Information W2 credits2VV. Magnago Lampugnani
851-0300-89LBelieving and Knowing: Religion within Popular CultureW3 credits2VH.‑J. Hahn
851-0309-14LArthur Schnitzler's Novellas: Perspectives and Contexts from the History of Ideas and Knowledge Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 20
W3 credits2SJ. Reidy
851-0301-01LNietzsche's Critique of Cognition Information W3 credits2SC. Jany
851-0301-03LGoethe: Literature and Natural ScienceW3 credits2SA. Kilcher
851-0300-60LFranz Kafka. Modernism's Literary KnowledgeW3 credits2VA. Kilcher
851-0315-01LWriting: Precision of Language as a Field of Research for Literature Restricted registration - show details W1 credit1GF. Kretzen
851-0365-02LIntroduction to English Literature: Science and Fiction Part IIW2 credits2SA. Brand-Kilcher
851-0346-05LThe Book Trade in Renaissance ItalyW3 credits2VA. Nuovo Filippini
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