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Mark Keck-Szajbel - Courses

  • Fall 2017: History of East Europe: 1900 to the Present (Master Seminar). European University Viadrina.
  • Fall 2017: History of East Europe: 1900 to the Present (Introduction). European University Viadrina.Summer 2017: Remembering Communism. European University Viadrina.
  • Summer 2017: Introduction to the Idea of Europe. European University Viadrina.
  • Fall 2016: History of East Europe: 1900 to the Present (Master Seminar). European University Viadrina.
  • Fall 2016: History of East Europe: 1900 to the Present (Introduction). European University Viadrina.
  • Summer 2016: Themes in Cultural History. European University Viadrina
  • Summer 2016: (with Alexander Simmeth) Cultures in Transition: Europe 1985-2004. European University Viadrina.
  • Summer 2014: (with Alexander Simmeth) From Stalinism to Pepsi-Cola. European Pop Culture in the Twentieth Century. European University Viadrina.
  • Summer 2014: Moving Borders. A Cultural History of Poland, 1772-2007. European University Viadrina.
  • Summer 2014: (with Tim Buchen) Reliving the Twentieth Century. Methods of Gaming, Role Playing and Interactive Learning. European University Viadrina.
  • Fall 2013: (with Tim Buchen) The Dark Century. Europe 1914-1989. European University Viadrina.
  • Fall 2013: (with Alexander Simmeth) Jazz, Rock and Rebels. European University Viadrina.
  • Spring 2013: From Murderers to Sexmissions: Film in the East bloc. European University Viadrina.
  • Spring 2013: Cold War Everyday. A Cultural History of the Iron Curtain. European University Viadrina.
  • Fall 2012: A Carnival of Revolutions: Central Europe, 1989. European University Viadrina.
  • Fall 2012: Get up and Go! A History of Modern European Tourism. European University Viadrina.
  • Spring 2012: Ne gondold, hogy tied a világ: Post-Totalitarianismus in Dokumenten, Institut für Osteuropäische Geschichte und Landeskunde, Eberhard-Karls Universität Tübingen. 
  • Fall 2011: Cold War Cultures: A Transnational Comparison, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Summer 2011: Thinking under a Rock: A Cultural History of East Central Europe, 1939-1989, European University Viadrina.
  • Fall 2010: The Idea of Europe in the Twentieth Century, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Fall 2009: Graduate Student Instructor, “Germany in the Twentieth Century,” Dr. Daniela Blei, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Summer 2009: Graduate Student Instructor, “Europe 1914 to the Present,” Dr. David Wetzel, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Fall 2008: Graduate Student Instructor, “Old Europe, New Europe,” Prof. Anthony Adamthwaite, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Spring 2008: Graduate Student Instructor, “Wars, Empires, Nations: European International History, 1648-1914,” Prof. Anthony Adamthwaite, University of California, Berkeley.