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2 Re/Inventing Berlin Architecture after 1945 (english) SE Tue weekly (1) HV 5, A. Paluch 1) findet vom bis statt At the end of World War II Berlin, the former capital of Hitlers Third Reich, was largely destroyed. But the area-wide destructions also held an opportunitiy: the possibility to rebuild Berlin as a totally new city in modernists words: as a better city. And indeed Berlin changed dramatically but not in the way modern architects and urban planners had envisioned it in the post-war period. Quite differing proposals were made in East and West Berlin. Especially for the so-called Capital of the Cold War it proves to be true that architecture is not just a mirror to the society which builds it but that architecture also shapes the lives of the people living with and within it. Using examples such as Karl-Marx-Allee, Hansaviertel, Gropiusstadt, Potsdamer Platz et al. this seminar retraces the stations and phases of reconstruction with a focus on political and cultural developments. The most influential concepts of 20 th century urban planning will be presented. In addition the seminar aims to be an exercise in (architecture) criticism. Regular attendance and participation in class, as well as reading the assigned texts is obligatory. Short Presentations should be hold. Every participant is obliged to write a scientific essay (5 pages) and an architecture critique (1-2 pages), which standards and form will be subject of at least one session. The essay and/or the architecture critique can be submitted in German and/or English. The seminar will be held in English. This seminar is open to all students in the Arts and Humanities, as well as Social Sciences. It may particularly suit students with a background and/or interest in urban planning, urban studies, metropolitan studies, cultural studies, geography, sociology, art history and history. Introductory literature Bodenschatz, Harald: Berlin Urban Design. A brief history of a european city. Berlin Diefendorf, Jeffrey M.: In the wake of war. The Reconstruction of German cities after World War II. New York Goldberger, Paul: Why architecture matters. New Haven Ladd, Brian: The Ghosts of Berlin. Confronting German History in the Urban Landscape. Chicago For international incoming students who enroll in the Berlin Perspectives module. NO registration via Agnes. Application via Berlin Perspectives ONLY: BP Module application Berlin : The Divided City (english) SE Tue weekly (1) HV 5, P. Mitchell 1) findet vom bis statt Course description Straddling the Cold War s frontline, Berlin has stood at the forefront of not only German history but of European and global developments as well. The divided city symbolized and represented the global conflict between capitalism and socialism; the division of the world, Europe and Germany into East and West; and also the nature, structure and goals of their supporting, antagonistic world political systems. This course will prove insights into the key political developments in Berlin s recent history from the fall of the Third Reich, through the decades of political and physical division, to the collapse of the Wall in 1989 and Germany s subsequent reunification. What is more, the course will also explore post-war Berlin s social and cultural history, paying special attention to common themes, experiences and concerns that transcended the city s physical division, affecting Berliners on both sides of the Wall. The course is composed of eleven seminars and three excursions. Students are provided with suggested reading to prepare themselves for each session. Methodology and learning objectives This course is open to students from all academic backgrounds who have an interest in Berlin and its history. The course requires a good or very good command of English. The course will develop transferrable skills, including the ability to argue effectively about intellectual issues, both orally and in writing, and to work together with others in a small group setting. The course seeks to bolster students confidence in their German language skills through encouraging them to work with German primary sources and short excerpts of German academic texts. An excursion to a local archive will provide a basic introduction to historical research. Participants will develop a close understanding of key political, social, and cultural developments in Berlin and of the connections between those developments and broader trends in post-war German and European history. They will be introduced to the latest relevant historiography and will learn to engage critically with a range of written and unwritten materials, including novels, films, photographs and public exhibitions. Excerpts from German academic articles and/or primary sources will be circulated and discussed in class, providing students with an opportunity to improve their German language proficiency. Requirements Students are required to maintain a regular attendance, participate actively in class, and submit two written assignments. Ahonen, Pertti, Death at the Berlin Wall (2011). Beevor, Antony. Berlin: the Downfall, 1945 (2003). Brown, Timothy S. " 1968 East and West: Divided Germany as a Case Study in Transnational History." The American Historical Review 114, no. 1 (2009): Brown, Timothy S, A Tale of two Communes: The Private and the Political in Divided Berlin, , in Martin Klimke, Jacco Pekelder, and Joachim Scharloth eds., Between The Prague Spring and the French May 1968: Transnational Exchange and National Recontextualization of Protest Cultures (2011). Harrison, Hope Millard. Driving the Soviets Up the Wall: Soviet--East German Relations, (2003). Jarausch, Konrad. The Rush to German Unity (1994). Karapin, Roger. Protest Politics in Germany : Movements on the Left and Right since The 1960s (2007). Ladd, Brian. The Ghosts of Berlin: Confronting German History in the Urban Landscape (1997). Large, David Clay. Berlin (2000). Maier, Charles S. Dissolution: The Crisis of Communism and the end of East Germany (1997). Moorhouse, Roger. Berlin at War: Life and Death in Hitler's Capital, (2010). Page 2 from 142

3 Richie, Alexandra. Faust's Metropolis: a History of Berlin (1998). Schneider, Peter. Wall Jumper: a Berlin Story (1998). Sperber, Jonathan. "17 June 1953: Revisiting a German Revolution," German History 22, no.4 (2004): Steege, Paul. Black Market, Cold War: Everyday Life in Berlin, (2007). Strobel, Roland. "Before the Wall Came Tumbling Down: Urban Planning Paradigm Shifts in a Divided Berlin." Journal of Architectural Education 46, no. 1 (1994): Thomas, Nick. Protest Movements in 1960s West Germany: A Social History of Dissent and Democracy (2003). Tusa, Ann & John. The Berlin Airlift (1998). For incoming students who enroll in the Berlin Perspectives module. Application via Berlin Perspectives only: BP Module application NO registration via Agnes Berlin. Portrait of a city. An Introduction to creative urban research (english) SE Tue weekly (1) HV 5, A. Blattner Tue fortnigh (2) HV 5, A. Blattner 1) findet vom bis statt 2) findet vom bis statt Various aspects characterize a city: its history, materiality, everyday life and politics only to name a few. Research in the urban field requires methods that can adapt to a number of situations and can capture the changing natures of a city. For instance, the materiality of a street can hardly be analysed with the same means as the quotidian life of its inhabitants, being different every hour of the day. The focus of the course is on urban research based on a creative methodology. Fields of study will include sociology, art, philosophy, literature, geography and urban planning. In order to develop their own portrait of Berlin, participants will be introduced to a selection of creative methods of urban research such as walking, photography, mapping, soundscapes, observation and smell. The course will be taught in English. However a B1-level of German is needed as some of the core readings will be in German Eine Stadt erhält ihren Charakter durch verschiedene Aspekte: ihre Geschichte, Materialität, Politik und ihren Alltag um nur ein Paar zu nennen. Um die Stadt zu erforschen, braucht man Methoden, die sich an eine Vielzahl von Situationen anpassen können und das sich ständig ändernde Wesen einer Stadt einzufangen vermögen. So kann beispielsweise die Materialität einer Straße kaum mit den gleichen Mitteln analysiert werden wie der Alltag ihrer Bewohner, der doch zu jeder Tageszeit ein anderer ist. Der Schwerpunkt des Seminars liegt auf kreativen Methoden der Stadtforschung. Hierbei werden verschiedene Studienrichtungen wie Soziologie, Kunst, Philosophie, Literatur, Geographie und Stadtplanung mit einbezogen. Um ein eigenes Porträt von Berlin auszuarbeiten, werden den TeilnehmerInnen eine Auswahl an kreativen Methoden der Stadtforschung vorgestellt: Gehen, Fotografieren, Kartieren, Soundscapes, Beobachten und Riechen. Kurssprache ist Englisch. Da jedoch auch Texte auf Deutsch gelesen werden, sind B1-Kenntnisse im Deutschen erforderlich. Reading list Back, Les. Listening with our eyes. Portraiture as urban encounter. In Picturing the social landscape. Visual methods and the sociological imagination., von Caroline Knowles, London: Routledge, Benjamin, Walter. Berliner Chronik. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, Städtebilder. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, Bridge, Garry, und Sophie Watson. The Blackwell City Reader. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, De Certeau, Michel. Walking in the City. In The Practice of Everyday Life, Berkeley: University of California Press, Debord, Guy. Theorie des Umherschweifens. In Das große Spiel. Die Situationisten zwischen Kunst und Politik, von Roberto Ohrt. Hamburg: Edition Nautilus, Hiebsch, Maria Elisabeth, Fritz Schlüter, und Judith Willkomm. Sensing the Street. Eine sinnliche Ethnographie der Großstadt. In Straße als kultureller Aktionsraum. Interdisziplinäre Betrachtungen des Straßenraumes an der Schnittstelle zwischen Theorie und Praxis., von Sandra Maria Geschke, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, Kästner, Erich. Fabian. München: dtv, 1931 [2013]. Krusche, Jürgen. Strassenräume Berlin Shanghai Tokyo Zürich. Eine foto--ethnographische Untersuchung. Baden: Müller, Lynch, Kevin. The Image of the City. In The City Reader, von Richard Le Gates und Frederic Stout, London: Routledge, Latour, Bruno. A Cautious Prometheus? A Few Steps Toward a Philosophy of Design (with Special Attention to Peter Sloterdijk). Eröffnungsrede des Networks of Designs* Treffens der Design History Society Falmouth. Cornwall, 3. September Moles, Kate. A Walk in Thirdspace: Place, Methods and Walking. Sociological Research Online 13 (4) (Zugriff am ). Regener, Sven. Herr Lehmann. Frankfurt am Main: Eichborn, Rhys--Taylor, Alex. Bear with me. I'm quite a quick walker but it's a long market. Street Signs. Centre for Urban and Community Research Autumn (2008). Page 3 from 142

4 Schafer, Raymond Murray. The soundscape. Our sonic environment and the tuning of the world. Rochester: Destiny Books, Scheppe, Wolfgang. Migropolis. Venice / Atlas of a Global Situation. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, Simmel, Georg. Die Großstädte und das Geistesleben. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1903 [2006]. Truax, Barry. Soundscape Composition as Global Music: Electroacoustic Music as Soundscape. Organized Sound 13 (2) (2008). Whyte, William H. City. Rediscovering the Center. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1988 [2009]. For incoming students who enroll in the Berlin Perspectives module. Application via Berlin Perspectives only: BP Module application NO registration via Agnes The East/West Competition - Urban Planning, Cultural Policy and Economics in Divided Berlin (english) SE Mon weekly (1) HV 5, M. Grass 1) findet vom bis statt Berlin is the city of East / West competition. Since the division of the city into East and West, demonstrating the power of the capitalism and socialism respectively was central to urban planning. In the beginning, the solution of obstacles to urban development proved vital. This seminar examines the dualism in urban planning between East and West Berlin chronologically. Seminar presentations and two excursions trace the diverse targets and demands of capitalist and socialist urban planning. For the analysis, we do not only consider architectural and formal aspects. The Seminar provides a closer look to strategies and models of financing and commercialisation of urban planning. Cultural contexts, living and dwelling models and political strategies will be looked at as well. This seminar targets students interested in urban sociology and planning, metropolitan studies, German cultural history, economics, art history, and architectural history. Interested students of the humanities and social sciences are invited In keiner anderen Stadt hat der Wettkampf der Systeme deutlichere Spuren hinterlassen als in Berlin. Seit der Teilung der Stadt hatten städtebauliche Projekte auch immer den Anspruch dem Gegenüber die Stärke des eigenen politischen Systems zu demonstrieren. Dabei stand zunächst die Lösung essentieller städtebaulicher Fragen im Vordergrund. Das Seminar verfolgt chronologisch den Dualismus im Städtebau zwischen Ost- und Westberlin. Dabei wird sowohl im Seminarraum durch Präsentationen als auch auf zwei Exkursionen die unterschiedlichen Absichten und Ansprüche kapitalistischer und sozialistischer Stadtplanung untersucht werden. Im Fokus stehen jedoch nicht ausschließlich formale und architektonische Aspekte. Vielmehr sollen Kontexte, Finanzierungsmodelle und die jeweilige politische Repräsentationsstrategie analysiert werden. Das Seminar richtet sich an Studierende der Fachrichtungen Stadtsoziologie, Kulturgeschichte, Städtebau und Stadtplanung, Wirtschaftsgeschichte, Kunst- und Architekturgeschichte. Interessierte aus anderen Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Fachgebieten sind herzlich eingeladen. Preparatory literature: Bodenschatz, Harald: Berlin urban design A brief history. Berlin, Buttar, Adrian von (Ed.): Baukunst der Nachkriegsmoderne. Berlin, Dolff-Bonekämper, Gabi (Ed.): Städtebau und Staatsbau im 20. Jahrhundert. München, Nakamura, Toshio (Ed.): International Building Exhibition Berlin Tokyo, Urban, Florian: Neo-historical East Berlin. Architecture and Urban Design in the German Democratic Republic Surrey, For incoming international students who enroll in the Berlin Perspectives module: BP Module Application via Berlin Perspectives ONLY: BP module application NO registration via Agnes Between Rejection and Recognition: Jewish Migration to Germany in the Past and Present (english) SE Mon weekly (1) HV 5, A. Pufelska, D. Swarthout 1) findet vom bis statt Taught in English and German (English B2; German A2-B1) Between Rejection and Recognition: Jewish Migration to Germany in the Past and Present After Israel and the USA, Germany is the most important country of migration for Jewish immigrants worldwide. Jewish migration is not just a phenomenon of recent decades, but is also anchored in history. There was a strong Jewish migration from Eastern Europe to Germany as early as the late 19 th century. In particular, after the Holocaust there were East European Displaced Persons who founded new Jewish communities in Germany. With the collapse of the Eastern Bloc, Jewish migration from the Soviet Union fundamentally changed Jewish life in Germany. Since the fall of the wall, a total of 220,000 people have come to Germany within the context of Jewish immigration. In recent years there has also been an increase in migration of Jews from Israel, France and the U.S. The goal of the seminar is to address Jewish migration as a part of Germany's past and present and to explore how the non-jewish majority approaches the integration of Jewish immigrants. We are generally concerned with the prospects for integration of a minority into a multi-ethnic society. Page 4 from 142

5 Zwischen Ablehnung und Anerkennung: Geschichte und Gegenwart der jüdischen Zuwanderung nach Deutschland Deutschland ist neben Israel und den USA das wichtigste Einwanderungsland für jüdische Immigranten weltweit. Jüdische Migration ist aber nicht ein Phänomen der letzten Jahrzehnte, sondern ist auch historisch verankert. Bereits im späten 19. Jahrhundert gab es eine starke jüdische Einwanderung aus Osteuropa nach Deutschland. Nach dem Holocaust gründeten vor allem osteuropäische Displaced Persons (DP) neue jüdische Kultusgemeinden in Deutschland. Die mit dem Zerfall des Ostblocks beginnende jüdische Zuwanderung aus der UdSSR hat das jüdische Leben in Deutschland grundlegend verändert. Insgesamt sind seit dem Mauerfall Menschen im Rahmen der jüdischen Zuwanderung nach Deutschland gekommen. Gleichzeitig lässt sich in den letzten Jahren eine verstärkte Einwanderung der Jüdinnen und Juden aus Israel, Frankreich und Amerika beobachten. Das Seminar setzt sich zum Ziel diese jüdische Migration als Teil deutscher Geschichte und Gegenwart zu thematisieren und die Integrationsbereitschaft der nicht-jüdischen Mehrheit zu ergründen. Allgemein geht es also um die aktuelle Frage nach Einbindungsmöglichkeiten einer Minderheit in eine multiethnische Gesellschaft. Transit und Transformation: osteuropäisch-jüdische Migranten in Berlin / ed. by Verena Dohrn und Gertrud Pickhan, Göttingen "Auch in Deutschland waren wir nicht wirklich zu Hause" jüdische Remigration nach 1945/ ed. by Irmela von der Lühe; Axel Schildt und Stefanie Schüler-Springorum, Göttingen Die Erfahrung des Exils exemplarische Reflexionen, ed. by Wolfgang Benz, Berlin Juden in Berlin in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart : ein (Exkursions-)Bericht zur Migration von Juden in Berlin, ed. by Marlies Schulz, Berlin Rauscher Peter, Neuland. Migration mitteleuropaischer Juden : Einführung und Kontexte, in: Aschkenas, Jan 2009, Vol. 17. Brian Amkraut, Between home and homeland youth aliyah from Nazi Germany, Tuscaloosa Points of passage: Jewish transmigrants from Eastern Europe in Scandinavia, Germany, and Britain / ed. by Tobias Brinkmann, New York 2013 Anne-Christin Saß, Berliner Luftmenschen: Osteuropäisch-jüdische Migranten in der Weimarer Republik, Göttingen Jewish Emigration from 1933 to the Evian Conference of 1938, ed. by John Mendelsohn, Donald S. Detwiler, New York 2010 Yvonne Schütze, Warum Deutschland und nicht Israel ; Begründungen russischer Juden für die Migration nach Deutschland, München The challenges of diaspora migration; interdisciplinary perspectives on Israel and Germany, ed. by Rainer K. Silbereisen, Peter F. Titzmann, Yossi Shavit, Farnham Peter Laufer, Exodus to Berlin: the return of the Jews to Germany, Chicago Being Jewish in the New Germany, Jeffrey M. Peck, Rutgers University Press, 2006 The Pity of it All: A Portrait of the German Jewish Epoch, Amos Elon, Picador, 2002 International incoming students who enroll in the Berlin Perspectives module. Application via Berlin Perspectives ONLY: BP Module application NO Agnes registration Changes in Berlin's Social Landscape over the Last Three Decades (english) 4 SWS VL Tue weekly (1) HV 5, J. Kunze, A. Sundsbø Tue fortnigh (2) HV 5, J. Kunze, A. Sundsbø - weekly J. Kunze, A. Sundsbø 1) findet vom bis statt 2) findet vom bis statt Seminar description From being a divided city on the frontline of two different world regimes, Berlin has developed more and more into a global metropolis. The change of the geo-political context of the city has also led to changes in its social structure, which has become more obvious in certain parts of the city than in others. Established population groups moved away, other groups moved in and shaped these areas in different ways. After the Fall of the Berlin Wall, the first striking changes occurred in the area of Prenzlauer Berg. These developments have been documented in various academic studies. In this seminar, the attention will be drawn towards other parts of the city, which have also gone through a tremendous change in their social structure over the last three decades, yet received less attention from the scientific community. The aim will be to gather information about the developments of these areas and to understand the underlying mechanisms and causes by drawing on different perspectives and sources. Seminar language The seminar will be held primarily in English, but we will integrate German material adapted to the German skills of the participants and encourage smaller groups to use German as their working language. Comments, posters and presentations are welcome in English or German. Seminarbeschreibung Berlin hat sich in den letzten Jahrzehnten von einer geteilten Stadt zwischen zwei Weltregimen zu einer globalen Metropole entwickelt. Die Veränderung des geopolitischen Kontexts der Stadt hat auch zu einem Wandel ihrer Sozialstruktur geführt in einigen Stadtteilen stärker als in anderen. Alteingesessene Bevölkerungsgruppen sind fortgezogen, neue Bevölkerungsgruppen sind zugezogen und haben die Stadtteile auf unterschiedliche Weise geprägt. Eine deutliche Veränderung fand unmittelbar nach dem Fall der Mauer im Bezirk Prenzlauer Berg statt. Die Entwicklungen dort sind in verschiedenen akademischen Arbeiten dokumentiert worden. In diesem Seminar werden wir uns mit anderen Stadtteilen beschäftigen, die sich ebenfalls durch eine erhebliche Sozialstrukturveränderung auszeichnen, aber bislang weniger Beachtung in akademischen Page 5 from 142

6 Kreisen fanden. Ziel ist es, Informationen über die Entwicklung dieser Gebiete zu sammeln und unter Einbezug verschiedener Perspektiven und Quellen die zugrunde liegenden Mechanismen zu verstehen. Seminarsprache Das Seminar wird hauptsächlich auf Englisch gehalten werden, allerdings werden wir, abhängig von den Sprachkenntnissen der Studierenden, deutschsprachiges Material integrieren und die Kleingruppen ermutigen, Deutsch als Arbeitssprache zu nutzen. Kommentare, Poster und Präsentationen sind sowohl auf Deutsch als auch auf Englisch möglich. Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt (2013): Bericht Monitoring Soziale Stadtentwicklung Berlin URL: 3/ (zuletzt abgerufen am ). Häußermann, Hartmut & Kapphan, Andreas (2002): Berlin: Von der geteilten zur gespaltenen Stadt? Sozialräumlicher Wandel seit Opladen: Leske + Budrich. Holm, Andrej (2006): Die Restrukturierung des Raumes. Stadterneuerung der 90er Jahre in Ostberlin: Interessen und Machtverhältnisse. Bielefeld: Transcript. Hurrelmann, Klaus & Zürn, Michael (Hg.) (2009). Die Hertie Berlin Studie Die Hauptstädter Berlin 25 Jahre nach dem Mauerfall. Hamburg: Hoffmann und Campe. For international incoming students who enroll in the Berlin Perspectives module: BP website Application via Berlin Perspectives ONLY: BP module application NO registration via AGNES A Taste of Berlin (english) 3 SWS SE Thu weekly (1) HV 5, L. Heyden, M. Schröer 1) findet vom bis statt Eating is an everyday practice, so profane it seems to be just a physical necessity to stay alive. Its ubiquity easily hides the variety of discourses and the many sign systems that influence and are linked to the simple gesture of eating and preparing food. Who eats what and where refers to the history, culture and conception of a region and its inhabitants. In return, national and regional habits of eating find their linguistic expression in idioms and metaphors. For individuals and social groups alike, food serves as a marker of identity and a means of distinction - symbolism, ritual behavior, myths, themes and motives of food and eating can be read and analyzed as signs(ystems). In addition to foundational theoretical texts from the culture and social sciences and on Berlin (food) culture, we will analyze different representations of food and the acts and places of eating in literature (Döblin), film (Good bye, Lenin!), art (Zille) and comics (Mawil). In order to further German language proficiency we will focus especially on metaphors and idioms involving food and eating in everyday speech as well as their function in literary texts. The intellectual intake is complimented by the practical-sensuous discovery of Berlin and its regional specialties. We will make excursions to various eateries to discover the different flavors of Berlin as well as explore food related places like the currywurst museum. Requirements: regular attendance, active participation in class, oral presentation, participation in the excursions. Language: German and English with an emphasis on applied linguistic practice. Barthes, Roland (1981): Das Reich der Zeichen. 1. Aufl. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp (Edition Suhrkamp Neue Folge, Bd. 77). Barthes, Roland (1982): Für eine Psycho-Soziologie der zeitgenössischen Ernährung. In: Freiburger Universitätsblätter 75, Barthes, Roland (1957): Mythologie. Paris. Bourdieu, Pierre (2011): Die feinen Unterschiede. Kritik der gesellschaftlichen Urteilskraft. [Nachdr.]. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp (Suhrkamp-Taschenbuch Wissenschaft, 658). Döblin, Alfred: Berlin Alexander Platz. DTV, Fontane, Friedérique C. (1903): Wie man in Berlin zur Zeit der Königin Luise kochte. Ein gastronomischer Beitrag nach dem im Jahre 1795 niedergeschriebenen Aufzeichnungen von F.C. Fontane, geb. Werner. Berlin. Greif, Mark (Hg.) (2012): Hipster. Eine transatlantische Diskussion. Berlin: Suhrkamp. Grewe-Volpp, C.; Halfmann, U.; Reinhart, W. (2003): Erlesenes Essen: literatur- und kulturwissenschaftliche Beiträge zu Hunger, Sattheit und Genuss. Für Ulrich Halfmann. Narr. Henderson, Heike (2004): Beyond Currywurst and Döner: The Role of Food in German Multicultural Literature and Society Glossen 20. Kimmich, Dorothee und Schamma Schahadat (Hrsg.) (2012): Essen. Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften. Bielefeld. Mawil: Restaurant or Kitchen. Berlin City Blog. Online. Möhring, Maren (2014): Food for Thought: Rethinking the History of Migration to West Germany Through the Migrant Restaurant Business. In: Journal of Contemporary History 49 (1), S Osthus, Dietmar (2000), Metaphern im Sprachenvergleich: eine kontrastive Studie zur Nahrungsmetaphorik im Französischen und Deutschen, Frankfurt am Main. Regener, Sven (2004): Berlin blues. London: Vintage. Rudolph, Hedwig und Flicitas Hillmann (1998): How Turkish ist he donar kebab? Turks in Berlin s food sector, Scottish Geographical Magazine, 114:3, Springer, Robert (1850): Berlin s Straßen, Kneipen und Clubs im Jahre Berlin. Wandt, Heinrich (1954): 700 Jahre Weinhandel in Berlin Berlin. For international incoming students who enroll in the Berlin Perspectives module. Application via Berlin Perspectives ONLY: BP module application Page 6 from 142

7 Empire's Economy, (english) SE Fri weekly (1) HV 5, F. Beyersdorf 1) findet vom bis statt This course surveys German economic history from a social and cultural perspective from 1848 to Based on Berlin case studies, we will analyze how businesspersons and state officials interacted and regulated markets for goods, capital, and work between planned and free market on local, national, and global levels. We will start our course from a Western European perspective and assess the structural changes brought about by the processes of industrialisation since the late 18th century. In the German lands, the steadily increasing railway network functioned as a motor of cross-border trade and fuelled the exploitation of coal and iron ore during the first phase of heavy industrialisation. As they grew richer, a small elite of property owners and public office holders pushed for economic integration, political rights, and a German nation-state. After the failure to create a democratic and unified Germany in 1848, the liberal-nationalist movement traded freedoms for national unity to the conservative Prussian authority under Bismarck, which eventually led to the creation of the German Empire in We will take a hands on approach to history through visits to museums and sights in Berlin. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to debate core economic themes and critically analyze both primary and secondary sources. Students should have a medium to good command of English. We will work on holding parts of the sessions in German as the course progresses. Students of all disciplines are welcome, no prior knowledge of either history or economics is required. This is a discussion-based course. I expect you first and foremost to actively contribute to class, which is reflected in the high percentage for this part of your grade (40%). Participation means working though the assigned readings for each session (c. 40 pages). You should then be able to discuss information given in these secondary and primary sources, ask questions about them, and present these texts, orally both individually and small croups as well as in writing (pop quizzes). In addition, you are required to hand in a ten-page term paper (30%) and take an essay-based final examination at the end of the course (30%). You are required to observe Berlin Perspectives attendance policy and academic honor code. Bayly, C. A. (2007). The Birth of the Modern World: Global Connections and Comparisons Malden, Blackwell. Bentley, J. H. (2011). The Oxford Handbook of World History. Oxford, New York, OUP. Bentley, J. H. and H. F. Ziegler (2010). Traditions & Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past. New York, McGraw-Hill. Berghoff, H. and U. A. Balbier (2013). The East German Economy : Falling Behind or Catching up?, CUP: x, 249 pages. Beyer, Frank (1963), Traces of Stone. Clark, C. M. (2006). Iron Kingdom: The Rise and Downfall of Prussia Cambridge, Belknap Press (HUP). Clavin, P. (2000). The Great Depression in Europe Basingstoke, Macmillan. Cole, Joshua, The Transition to Peace , in Jay Winter and Jean-Louis Robert eds. Capital Cities at War: London, Paris, Berlin , CUP 1997, Conrad, S. (2006). Globalisierung und Nation im Deutschen Kaiserreich. München, C.H. Beck. Conrad, Sebastian (2012), German Colonialism: A Short History, Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. Press. Crew, D. F., Ed. (2003). Consuming Germany and the Cold War. Oxford, New York, Berg. De Vries, J. (2008). The Industrious Revolution: Consumer Behavior and the Household Economy 1650 to the Present. Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. Press. Fulbrook, M. (2009). A History of Germany : The Divided Nation. Chichester, Wiley- Blackwell. Fulbrook, M. and J. Breuilly, Eds. (1997). German History Since London, Arnold. GHI Washington, German History in Documents and Images, org/. Jarausch, K. H. (2006). After Hitler: Recivilizing Germany New York, OUP. Jefferies, M. (2008). Contesting the German Empire Malden, Mass., Blackwell. Judt, T. (2005). Postwar: A History of Europe since London, Penguin. Frank Beyersdorf Empire s Economy, 1848 to Maddison, A. (1987). "Growth and Slowdown in Advanced Capitalist Economics: Techniques of Quantitative Assessment, in Journal of Economic Literatue." Journal of Economic Literature 25: Mazower, M. (1998). Dark Continent : Europe s Twentieth Century. London, Penguin. McElligott, A., Ed. (2009). Weimar Germany. The Short Oxford History of Germany. Oxford, OUP. Ogilvie, S. C. and R. Overy, Eds. (2003). Germany: A New Social and Economic History. London, New York, Hodder Arnold, OUP. Orlow, D. (2012). A History of Modern Germany: 1871 to Present. Upper Saddle River, Pearson. Osterhammel, J. and N. P. Petersson (2005). Globalization: A Short History. Princeton, NJ, Princeton Univ. Press. Richie, Alexandra (1999). Faust's Metropolis: A History of Berlin, London, HarperCollins. Sperber, J. (2004). "17 June 1953: Revisiting a German Revolution." German History 22(4): Sperber, J. ed. (2004). Germany Oxford, OUP. Steege, P. (2009). Black Market, Cold War: Everyday Life in Berlin , Cambridge, Page 7 from 142

8 Cambridge Univ. Press. Stöver, B. (2013). Berlin: A Short History, C.H Beck. Tipton, F. B. (2003). A History of Modern Germany since London, Continuum. Topik, S. C. and A. Wells (2012). Commodity Chains in a Global Economy. A History of the World: A World Connecting E. S. Rosenberg. Cambridge, Belknap: Torp, C. (2010). "The Coalition of Rye and Iron under the Pressure of Globalization: A Reinterpretation of Germany's Political Economy before 1914." Central European History 43(3): Walser Smith, H. (2011). The Oxford Handbook of Modern German History. Oxford, Oxford University Press. For international incoming students who enroll in the Berlin Perspectives module. Application via Berlin Perspectives ONLY: BP module application No registration via Agnes Migration and Integration of Muslim Communities in Berlin and Germany in Comparative Perspective (english) SE Fri weekly (1) HV 5, M. Söyler Fri weekly (2) HV 5, M. Söyler 1) findet vom bis statt 2) findet vom bis statt This course is designed to familiarize students with 1) the concepts and issues concerning the migration and integration of Muslim Communities in Europe, 2) the current composition and representation of Muslim Communities in Berlin and Germany, 3) specific public policies that are geared to tackle complex issues emanating from intercultural challenges in Berlin and Germany, and put these insights into a 4) comparative perspective with other major countries of the European Union with Muslim immigrant population. It encompasses comparative public policy, intercultural dialogue, internal security, and political Islam. Students will be empowered to analyse the multi-faceted dimensions of immigration in Germany and the strategic importance of Muslim communities in Berlin. In addition, they will gain a European perspective in assessing dialogue and cooperation with Muslim Communities. They will develop a deeper understanding of the intercultural communication aspects and perspectives of integration. Allen, Chris (2007) Islamophobia and its Consequences, in Samir Amghar, Amel Boubekeur, Michael Emerson (eds) European Islam, Challenges for Public Policy and Society, Brussels: Centre for European Policy Studies, pp Bielefeldt, Heiner (2005) Nicht nur ein Stück Stoff, BpB Debatte: Konfliktstoff Kopftuch, Cherribi, S. (2013) Islam and Politics in Europe, in Esposito John L. (ed) The Oxford Handbook of Islam and Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp Foroutan, Naika (2012) Muslimbilder in Deutschland: Wahrnehmungen und Ausgrenzungen in der Integrationsdebatte, Bonn: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, November Foroutan, Naika (2013) Identity and Muslim Integration in Germany, Washington, DC: Migration Policy Institute, March Haug, Sonja (2011) Muslime in Deutschland: Herkunft, Glaubensrichtung, Bildung, Partizipation, Dossier: "Islam - Kultur - Politik" des Deutschen Kulturrates, Jones, Stephen H. (2013) New Labour and the Re-making of British Islam: The Case of the Radical Middle Way and the Reclamation of the Classical Islamic Tradition, Religions 4, pp Kortmann, Matthias (2014) Asking Those Concerned: How Muslim Migrant Organizations Define Integration?, International Migration and Integration, DOI /s , Kortmann, Matthias and Kerstin Rosenow-Williams (2013) Islamic Umbrella Organizations and Contemporary Political Discourse on Islam in Germany: Self-Portrayals and Strategies of Interaction, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 33:1, pp Kuru, Ahmet (2009) Secularism and State Policies toward Religion: The United States, France, and Turkey, Cambridge: Cambridge Universtiy Press, pp Lanz, Tilman (2009) Turkish Immigrants in Germany: Behind the Fantasy Screen of Multiculturalism, in Kücükcan, Talip and Veysi Güngür (eds.) Turks in Europe: Culture, Identity and Integration, Amsterdam: Türkevi Research Center, pp Lentin, Alana and Gavan Titley (2012) The crisis of 'multiculturalism' in Europe: Mediated minarets, intolerable subjects, European Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol.15, No.2, pp Open Society Institute (OSI) (2010) Muslims in Berlin, At Home in Europe Project, default/files/a-muslims-berlin-corrected-en _1.pdf. Pauli, Ralf and Charlotte Gerling (2014) Stadt der unsichtbaren Moscheen, Zeit Online, 19. April Pfahl-Traughber, Armin (2014) Islamfeindlichkeit, Islamophobie, Islamkritik ein Wegweiser durch den Begriffsdschungel, Bonn: BpB Dossier Rechtextremismus, Riedel, Sabine (2005) Muslime in der Europäischen Union: Nationale Integrationskonzepte im Vergleich, SWP Studie (10), April Sollich, Rainer (2014) Could German Islamic extremists strike at home?, Deutsche Welle, Steinberg, Guido W. (2013) German Jihad: On the Internationalization of Islamist Terrorism, Columbia University Press. Steinberg, Guido W. (2014) Was glauben Salafisten? Begriffsklärungen, theologische Positionen, einzelne Strömungen, BpB Veranstaltungsdokumentation: Salafismus als Herausforderung für Demokratie und politische Bildung, Taxacher, Gregor (2009) Muslime in Deutschland: Vorreiter eines "Euro-Islam"?, Qantara, Wübker, Thomas (2014) Comic übers Kopftuch: Sag mal, wo kommst du denn her?, Spiegel Online, Yesilyurt Gündüz, Zuhal (2010): The European Union at 50 Xenophobia: Islamophobia and the Rise of the Radical Right, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp Yurdakul, Gökçe and Anna C. Korteweg (2013) Gender equality and immigrant integration: Honor killing and forced marriage debates in the Netherlands, Germany, and Britain, Women's Studies International Forum (41), pp For international incoming students who enroll in Berlin Perspectives. Application via Berlin Perspectives ONLY: BP module application NO registration via Agnes. Page 8 from 142

9 Vertiefende Grundlagenveranstaltung: Introduction to Jewish Law (english) 2 SP / 5 SP VL Wed weekly UL 6, 2094 T. Blanchard Vorlesung, Seminar und Übung (Theologische Fakultät, Ls Prof. Dr. Schieder) bieten einen Überblick über die weit gefächerten, klassischen wie aktuellen Themengebiete des Jüdischen Rechts, wobei die Vorlesung eher als Einführungskurs verstanden werden kann, Seminar und Übung als Vertiefung und Erweiterung der in der Vorlesung angesprochenen vielfältigen Thematik. Es werden sowohl Geschichte als auch Inhalte und literarische Formen der Standardquellen (Thora, Talmud, Kodifikationen, Responsen) des Jüdischen Rechts anhand vieler anschaulicher Beispiele besprochen. In Ergänzung hierzu werden ausgewählte Themen des Deliktsrechts, des Verwaltungsrechts, des Strafrechts, des Familienrechts sowie Fragen der Bioethik detailliert unter dem Gesichtspunkt eines einheitlichen, religiösen Gesetzessystems (der Halacha), und die daraus resultierenden Spannungen zwischen staatlichem und parallelem, religiösem Gesetzessystem (Gerichten), im Exil und im modernen Staat Israel, diskutiert. So werden nach und nach die Prinzipien, Werte und Visionen verdeutlicht, die dem traditionellen wie modernen Jüdischen Recht zu Grunde liegen. Studienordnung 2008: Bei der Anmeldung zur Prüfung muss entschieden werden, ob die Klausur im Modul Grundlagen oder im Modul BZQ II (Fachorientierte Fremdsprachenkenntnisse) absolviert werden soll. Eine Doppelverwertung ist nicht möglich! Studienordnung 2003: Bei der Anmeldung zur Prüfung muss entschieden werden, ob die Klausur im Grundlagenfach oder Fachorientierte Fremdsprache absolviert werden soll. Eine Doppelverwertung ist nicht möglich! 10006Ü Vertiefende Grundlagenveranstaltung: Introduction to Jewish Law (english) VL Wed weekly N.N. Vorlesung, Seminar und Übung (Theologische Fakultät, Ls Prof. Dr. Schieder) bieten einen Überblick über die weit gefächerten, klassischen wie aktuellen Themengebiete des Jüdischen Rechts, wobei die Vorlesung eher als Einführungskurs verstanden werden kann, Seminar und Übung als Vertiefung und Erweiterung der in der Vorlesung angesprochenen vielfältigen Thematik. Es werden sowohl Geschichte als auch Inhalte und literarische Formen der Standardquellen (Thora, Talmud, Kodifikationen, Responsen) des Jüdischen Rechts anhand vieler anschaulicher Beispiele besprochen. In Ergänzung hierzu werden ausgewählte Themen des Deliktsrechts, des Verwaltungsrechts, des Strafrechts, des Familienrechts sowie Fragen der Bioethik detailliert unter dem Gesichtspunkt eines einheitlichen, religiösen Gesetzessystems (der Halacha), und die daraus resultierenden Spannungen zwischen staatlichem und parallelem, religiösem Gesetzessystem (Gerichten), im Exil und im modernen Staat Israel, diskutiert. So werden nach und nach die Prinzipien, Werte und Visionen verdeutlicht, die dem traditionellen wie modernen Jüdischen Recht zu Grunde liegen. Modulabschlussklausur (2h) Advocates and Judges in the English courts (english) 3 SP CO Mon weekly UL 9, E14 A. van der Eijk- Spaan This course will familiarise you with the various aspects of advocacy and the tasks of a judge. We will discuss court proceedings and the rules of evidence under English law and practise opening speeches of the prosecution, the art of examination, cross- and re-examination, and closing speeches of prosecution and defence barristers. In addition, we will discuss judgements and practise the judge's summing up and sentencing, using sentencing guidelines for various crimes. The course contains both an oral and a writing component. Basic knowledge of English criminal law is preferred for this course. As the number of participants is limited, please register for the course with Mrs. Van der Eijk-Spaan on BZQ I: The final mark will depend on an oral presentation in the form of a closing speech in class and a written exam at the end of the course Introduction to the English Law of Contract (english) 2 SP VL Mon weekly MO 60, 001 G. Dannemann Anschließende Studienarbeit BZQ II: Mündliche Prüfung Keine Doppelverwertung für Schwerpunkt und BZQ II möglich! The Interface between Antitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights (english) 1 SWS 4 SP / 5 SP SE Fri Single (1) UL 9, E25 T. Bodewig Sat Single (2) UL 9, E25 T. Bodewig 1) findet am statt 2) findet am statt Page 9 from 142

10 Some perceive a general conflict between Antitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights. The Seminar will explore to what extent this is true. Please apply for the seminar: Time and place of the seminar will be announced soon. BZQ II: Seminararbeit (ca. 30 Seiten) und 30-minütiges Referat International Criminal Justice (english) 2 SP / 4 SP VL Tue weekly UL 9, 213 F. Knauer The lecture will provide an overview of fundamental principles of international criminal justice. It will deal with the historical evolution of international criminal law, the core crimes, such as genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes, and the general principles of individual criminal responsibility under international law. Lectures on transitional justice will be included. Current international case law will be covered throughout just as the various modes of enforcement, including prosecution of international crimes before national courts. Gerhard Werle/Florian Jessberger, Principles of International Criminal Law, 3rd. Edition, 2014 BZQ II: Abschlussklausur Comparative Corporate Governance (english) 2 SP / 5 SP VL Tue weekly BE 2, 326 C. Windbichler The course puts current developments in corporate and capital market law into an international perspective. It includes a characterization of corporate governance issues including the principal-agent problem, nexus-of-contract theory, shareholder supremacy versus stakeholders interests, and limited liability. The course will move to a comparative legal analysis, examining the structure of the corporation in varous jurisdictions. The material used in this course includes theoretical acadeic writings as well as examples from current annual reports of corporations. Hopt, Am. J. Comp. Law 59 (2011), 1-73; Mallin, Corprate Governance, 3. Aufl. Vorausgehende Studienarbeit, anschließende Studienarbeit BZQ II: Abschlussklausur LL.M.-Studiengänge und ERASMUS-Studierende - Abschlussklausur Keine Doppelverwertung für Schwerpunkt und BZQ II möglich! Seminar on Jewish Law (english) 2 SP / 4 SP / 5 SP / 8 SP SE Tue weekly UL 9, E14 T. Blanchard Anschließende Studienarbeit (auch in Englisch möglich), Seminararbeiten (auch in Englisch oder Französisch möglich) International Sales Law and Arbitration (english) 2 SP BS Mon Single (1) T. Pröstler, K. Schmidt, T. Strecker Fri Single (2) BE 2, E44/46 T. Pröstler, K. Schmidt, T. Strecker Sat Single (3) BE 2, E44/46 T. Pröstler, K. Schmidt, T. Strecker Sun Single (4) BE 2, E44/46 T. Pröstler, K. Schmidt, T. Strecker 1) findet am statt 2) findet am statt 3) findet am statt 4) findet am statt The aim of this lecture and workshop is to give an introduction to the CISG as well as to International Commercial Arbitration, also in preparation of a participation in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, from the insight view of a commercial law and arbitration practitioner. The language of the Moot Court and accordingly that of this lecture will be English. As far as the CISG is concerned, the lecture will focus on the CISG s implications for duties and rights of the buyer and the seller of Page 10 from 142

11 goods as well as for possible remedies. The arbitration part of the lecture will provide for an overview of the arbitral proceedings, their origin in the implementation of an arbitration agreement up to the enforcement of the arbitral award. In an accompanying interactive case study the students will analyze a real international commercial arbitration case. Students can use this class as a step stone not only to the world of international transactions and dispute resolution, but also to their involvement in the Moot Court. Together with over 290 other universities from around the globe Humboldt University regularly competes in the field of International Commercial Arbitration in Hong Kong and Vienna. Born, Gary: International Arbitration - Law and Practice, Kluwer Law International, Alphen aan den Rijn 2012; Moses, Margaret L.: The Principles and Practice of International Commercial Arbitration, 2nd ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, MA 2012; Redfern, Alan / Hunter, Martin / Blackaby, Nigel / Partasides, Constantine: Redfern and Hunter on International Arbitration, Sweet & Maxwell, 5th ed., London 2009; Schlechtriem, Peter / Schwenzer, Ingeborg: Commentary on the UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG), C.H.Beck, 3rd ed., München 2010; Schlechtriem, Peter / Butler, Petra: UN Law on International Sales, Springer 2009, New York, USA Please register by with the Anwaltsinstitut under: or by phone under: , and indicate your contact details, matriculation-number and semester. Anschließende Studienarbeit Aktuelle Tendenzen im US-amerikanischen Privatrecht (english) 2 SP / 5 SP SE Wed Single (1) BE 2, 144 S. Augenhofer Fri Single (2) BE 2, 140/142 S. Augenhofer Fri Single (3) BE 2, 140/142 S. Augenhofer Fri Single (4) BE 2, 140/142 S. Augenhofer 1) findet am statt 2) findet am statt 3) findet am statt 4) findet am statt Das Seminar untersucht anhand ausgewählter Entscheidungen und Papers aktuelle Tendenzen im amerikanischen Zivil- und Zivilprozessrecht. Analysiert wird dabei auch, ob Argumente aus der amerikanischen Diskussion für das europäische Recht fruchtbar gemacht werden können. Das Seminar richtet sich auch an interessierte Doktoranden. Siehe Homepage Lehrstuhl Augenhofer: Teilnahmevoraussetzung ist die Teilnahme und aktive Mitarbeit an allen Terminen sowie das Verfassen einer Seminararbeit und deren Verteidigung. Themen und Details werden in der Vorbesprechung am (siehe Terminausweisung) bekanntgegeben. Keine Studienarbeit Seminararbeit International Security Law (english) 2 SP VL Mon Single (1) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Tue Single (2) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Mon Single (3) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Tue Single (4) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Mon Single (5) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Tue Single (6) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Mon Single (7) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Mon Single (8) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Tue Single (9) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Mon Single (10) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte Mon Single (11) UL 9, E25 G. Nolte 1) findet am statt 2) findet am statt 3) findet am statt 4) findet am statt 5) findet am statt 6) findet am statt 7) findet am statt 8) findet am statt 9) findet am statt 10) findet am statt 11) findet am statt Security is a core function of every legal order. In international relations, security is particularly difficult to achieve. International law is designed to make a decisive contribution to ensuring security, but it cannot always live up to expectations. During the last decade international law has been confronted with dramatic security challenges, such as ethnic conflicts, terrorism, or the proliferation Page 11 from 142

12 of weapons of mass destruction. Ukraine, Syria, Iran/Israel, Libya, Kosovo, Guantanamo, Kundus are shorthand designations of larger legal issues, such as the meaning of 'responsibility to protect' and of 'human security', preventive self-defence, unilateral interpretation of Security Council resolutions, secession, the concepts of war or armed conflict, targeted killing and detention. The course should give students a deeper understanding of the content, development and context of the applicable international law. Keine Studienarbeit LL.M.-Studiengänge und Erasmus: Klausur Comparative Constitutional Cultures (english) 2 SP SE Tue Single (1) UL 9, E23 G. Nolte Wed Single (2) UL 9, E23 G. Nolte Thu Single (3) UL 9, E23 G. Nolte Wed Single (4) UL 9, E23 G. Nolte Thu Single (5) UL 9, E23 G. Nolte Fri Single (6) UL 9, E23 G. Nolte 1) findet am statt 2) findet am statt 3) findet am statt 4) findet am statt 5) findet am statt 6) findet am statt The course is part of an on-going collaboration between Princeton University and Humboldt University Berlin. It will co-taught by Professors Kim Lane Scheppele (Princeton) and Georg Nolte (Humboldt). The aim is to give students a deeper understanding of basic features of (mainly) US and German constitutional law and its underlying cultures, with a focus on questions which have an extraterritorial and an international law dimension. The course involves discussing, in particular, the role of key concepts, such as Human Dignity, and the role of historical experiences, as well as current topics such as Freedom of speech and Charlie Hebdo, The right of privacy in cyberspace, The decision to use armed forces abroad and The regulation of external security services. Vorausgehende Studienarbeit The Procedural Law of the International Criminal Court (english) 2 SP / 3 SP / 5 SP BS Fri Single (1) BE 2, E42 V. Nerlich Sat Single (2) BE 2, E42 V. Nerlich Sun Single (3) BE 2, E42 V. Nerlich 1) findet am statt 2) findet am statt 3) findet am statt This course assess the procedural law of the International Criminal Court (ICC) from a comparative perspective, discussing the origins (common law/romano-germanic law) of some of the principal elements of the ICC's procedure and their interplay. If you are interested in taking part in the seminar, please contact Ms Anja Schepke Anschließende Studienarbeit FRS Englisch: Agency, Equity and Trusts (Modul 4) (english) 4 SWS 5 SP CO Tue weekly (1) BE 2, E34 P. Harvey Thu weekly BE 2, E34 P. Harvey 1) findet ab statt Agency law deals with the problems arising when A acts on behalf of B. A normally has a contract with B, but whether he has or not, he will be subject to fiduciary duties developed from the law of equity and trusts. A third party dealing with an agent will normally not know what powers the agent is entitled to exercise- what happens when the agent makes a contract with the third party which he has no authority to make? Equity is a distinctive feature of common law systems. It operates in parallel to the rules of the common law, adjusting and supplementing them, providing practical and flexible remedies to numerous problems in almost all fields of law. The trust itself was the first concept in equity. Evolved at the time of the Crusades it still provides vital solutions to problems of ownership- whether pension fund investments or or jointly owned homes. It has been described as the greatest and most distinctive achievement performed by Englishmen in the field of jurisprudence FRS Englisch: English Criminal Law (Modul 5) (english) 4 SWS 5 SP CO Mon weekly (1) BE 2, 139A A. van der Eijk- Spaan Wed weekly BE 2, 139A A. van der Eijk- Spaan 1) findet ab statt Page 12 from 142

13 This course will familiarise you with a number of aspects of English Criminal Law, including the criminal justice system, the judiciary, magistrates and jury, classification of offences, the Crown Prosecution Service, elements of a crime (actus reus/mens rea), defences, sentencing and mitigation, and appeal routes. We will discuss several criminal offences such as murder/manslaughter, theft, robbery and burglary, and you will be exposed to legal texts, including statutes and cases. Your active participation in class will be required FRS Amerikanisch: Contract Law, Civil Procedure and Property Law (Modul 2) (english) 4 SWS 5 SP CO Tue weekly (1) BE 2, 144 P. Kiefer 1) findet ab statt This course will look at the fundamentals of U.S. contract law (elements of a contract, defences, damages) (2) with particular focus on the aspects of contract which concern international lawyers (choice of law and choice of jurisdiction clauses (1); binding arbitration clauses(1)) and business (secrecy agreements, covenants not to compete, (1) liquidated damage clauses (1)); contracts of adhesion and "fine print" (AGBs) (1) As to civil procedure, the course will look at international and extraterritorial jurisdiction, thus principally federal jurisdiction (jurisdiction to prescribe, jurisdiction to adjudicate, jurisdiction to enforce (1); jurisdiction in personam, in rem, quasi in rem (1); class actions(1)) As to property law, the course will look at real and personal property (1), intellectual property (2) trusts (1), negotiable instruments (1). ( ) = Anzahl der Vorlesungen Urban Horticulture - An Introduction (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Tue weekly (1) LE75-H23, 307 C. Ulrichs 1) findet vom bis statt Open Economy, Macroeconomics and International Agricultural Trade (WPM) (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Fri weekly (1) HN27-H12, 2.21 H. Witzke 1) findet ab statt Environmental and Resource Economics II: Strategies and Policies (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Mon weekly (1) PH12-H04, 111 K. Hagedorn 1) findet ab statt Applied Quantitative Data Analysis (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL - weekly N.N. Einzelheiten werden noch bekannt gegeben Studienprojekt (english) 4 SWS 6 SP IV Wed weekly (1) I - H, 1231 K. Peters 1) findet ab statt Effects of Plant Nutrition and other Environmental Factors on Composition and Quality of Vegetable and Ornamental Plants (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Wed weekly (1) LE75-H23, 306A E. George, B. Brückner, U. Drüge, P. Franken, A. Krumbein, E. Neumann, D. Schwarz 1) findet ab statt Physiology of Woody Plants and Applied Dendrology (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Thu weekly (1) ZEP, 116 M. Zander 1) findet ab statt Page 13 from 142

14 Land and Water Management (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Fri weekly (1) HN27-H12, 2.01 N. Hagemann, C. Schleyer, N. Stupak 1) findet vom bis statt Co-operation and co-operative Organizations (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Tue weekly (1) I - H, 1224 M. Hanisch 1) findet ab statt Applied production and productivity analysis (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Mon weekly (1) HN27-H12, 2.21 M. Odening, S. Pieralli 1) findet ab statt Wahlmodul nur für PO 2006, Für PO 2014 als ÜWP anrechenbar Economics of human development (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Thu weekly (1) HN27-H12, 2.21 H. Witzke, K. Zietlow 1) findet vom bis statt 20170B Current Topics in Phytomedicine (english) 4 SWS B Block (1) LE55-H04, 113 C. Büttner, M. Bandte, S. Bargen 1) findet vom bis statt Restricted number of participants, Registration required until 25 th April 2015 using the The Role of Gender for Sustainable Resource Management: Gender and Climate Change (english) 4 SWS 6 SP SE Tue weekly (1) HN27-H12, 2.21 C. Bauhardt Fri Single (2) C. Bauhardt 1) findet ab statt 2) findet am statt 2015 is the year of an important UN Climate Change Conference. The objective of the 2015 conference is to achieve a mandatory and universal agreement on climate change for all the nations of the world. The international summit will be held in Paris in December. Our course will analyze climate policies from a gender perspective. We will ask how climate change is linked to gender relations, how men and women in the Global North and the Global South are affected by environmental hazards and how climate justice can be connected to gender justice. The course combines empirical analysis with the theoretical reference frame of sustainable livelihoods. One-day workshop: Fr, , h Gender Analysis in Economics (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Wed weekly (1) HN27-H12, 2.21 G. Caglar 1) findet ab statt This course deals with the controversially discussed phenomenon of globalization from a gender perspective. The term globalization denotes economic, social and political processes that profoundly change power configurations within and across societies. This course introduces to gender as an analytical category for the analysis of globalization. Students will get acquainted with different theories and conceptualizations of gender and will learn how to employ gender as a structural category, a process category and/ or an intersectional category for the analysis of globalization. This course aims at investigating with different analytical tools how globalization affects gender relations at the very local level: How are gender arrangements changing at different sites of Page 14 from 142

15 production (industrial and agrarian)? How does international trade affect the local organization of food production? Moreover, the course also focuses at the feedback effects of gendered power relations at the local level on processes of global economic and social restructuring Market and Policy Analysis (english) 6 SWS 6 SP / 9 SP VL Wed weekly (1) HN27-H12, 2.01 D. Kirschke, K. Jechlitschka Tue weekly (2) HN27-H12, 0.04 D. Kirschke, K. Jechlitschka Fri weekly (3) HN27-H12, 2.21 D. Kirschke, K. Jechlitschka Tue Single (4) HN27-H12, 2.01 D. Kirschke, K. Jechlitschka Tue weekly (5) HN27-H12, 0.03 D. Kirschke, K. Jechlitschka 1) findet ab statt 2) findet ab statt 3) findet ab statt 4) findet am statt 5) findet ab statt Advanced Empirical Methodology for Social-Ecological Systems Analysis (english) 4 SWS 6 SP VL Thu 08:30-12:00 weekly (1) I - H, 1119 I. Otto, D. Zikos 1) findet ab statt International Forest Use and Management (english) 4 SWS 6 SP IV Fri 12:30-16:00 weekly (1) I - H, 1224 K. Günther-Dieng, N. Koim 1) findet ab statt Project Management - Applied to Natural Resource-based Sectors and Development (english) 4 SWS 6 SP IV Wed weekly (1) PH12-H04, 111 P. Grundmann, M. Hartmann Fri Single (2) HN27-H12, 2.01 P. Grundmann, M. Hartmann Block+SaSo (3) PH12-H04, 111 P. Grundmann, M. Hartmann Block+SaSo (4) PH12-H04, 111 P. Grundmann, M. Hartmann Wed Single (5) PH12-H04, 111 P. Grundmann, M. Hartmann Fri Single (6) HN27-H12, 2.01 P. Grundmann, M. Hartmann 1) findet vom bis statt 2) findet am statt 3) findet vom bis statt 4) findet vom bis statt 5) findet am statt 6) findet am statt A: Biochemical aspects of parasite biology (english) 2 SP VL Wed weekly (1) PH13-H14, 103 R. Lucius, N. Gupta, Matuschewski 1) findet ab statt A writtten examination (ca minutes) or an oral examination (ca minutes, alternatively an oral report) covering the contentsof parts A-D (in English when appropriate);1 SP Page 15 from 142

16 B: Cell Biology of parasites (english) 3 SP OS Mon weekly PH13-H14, 103 R. Lucius, N. Gupta A writtten examination (ca minutes) or an oral examination (ca minutes, alternatively an oral report) covering the contentsof parts A-D (in English when appropriate);1 SP C: Cell Biology of Parasites [MP6] (english) 4 SWS 4 SP PR Block (1) R. Lucius, N. Gupta 1) findet vom bis statt A writtten examination (ca minutes) or an oral examination (ca minutes, alternatively an oral report) covering the contentsof parts A-D (in English when appropriate);1 SP Models of higher brain functions:theoretical lecture (english) 2 SP VL Thu weekly (1) H. Sprekeler 1) findet ab statt; Ort:TU-Berlin,MAR eine mündliche oder schriftliche Prüfung [2SP] Models of higher brain functions: Analytical Tutorial (english) 3 SP UE Tue weekly (1) PH13-H06, 114 H. Sprekeler 1) findet ab statt Models of higher brain functions: Programming Tutorial [TB10] (english) 3 SP PR Mon weekly (1) H. Sprekeler 1) findet ab statt; Vorbesprechung:in der 1.VL ( ) Ort;PR: PH13,H02, Cognitive Neuroscience (english) VL Block (1) J. Haynes 1) findet vom bis statt; Ort:PH13,H06, A: Evolutionary game theory (english) 2 SP VL Mon weekly (1) I - M, 2304 P. Hammerstein 1) findet ab statt A written examination (ca minutes) or an oral examination (ca minutes, alternatively an oral report) covering the contents of parts A-D (in English when appropriate); 2 SP B: Evolution of conflict and cooperation (english) 2 SP OS - Block (1) P. Hammerstein 1) s.aush C: Evolutionary models in medicine, psychology and anthropology (english) 2 SP OS Tue weekly I - M, 1322 P. Hammerstein Page 16 from 142

17 D: Evolutionary game theory (english) 2 SP PR - weekly (1) P. Hammerstein, A. Köhncke 1) Termin:n.V Practical Systems Biology (english) 4 SWS PR Block (1) M. Krantz 1) findet vom bis statt Current Topics in Bacterial Genetics, Molecular and Cell Biology (english) 3 SP OS - weekly (1) R. Hengge 1) OS findet im WS15/16 statt OS:WS14/ Current Topics in Bacterial Genetics, Molecular and Cell Biology (english) 3 SP OS Mon weekly CH 117, 522 R. Hengge Progress in Developmental Biology (english) OS Wed weekly CH 117, 552 H. Saumweber Computational Neuroscience (english) OS Wed weekly I - M, 1322 R. Kempter, S. Schreiber, H. Sprekeler Acquisition and Neural Data (english) VL Fri 09:15-10:45 weekly PH13-H06, 102 B. Blankertz, R. Kempter D: Acquisition and Analysis of Neural Data (english) 1 SWS UE Fri 11:00-12:30 weekly (1) B. Blankertz, R. Kempter 1) Ort:Ph13,H02, Berlin Life Sciences Colloquium (english) CO Thu 16:00-17:30 weekly (1) R. Lucius 1) Ort: Paul-Ehrlich-HS Recording activity in cortical neurons (english) 4 SWS 4 SP PR Block (1) M. Larkum Block (2) M. Larkum 1) findet vom bis statt; Vorbesprechung: ,18:15Uhr Ort: Neuroscience Research Center,Ccampus Mitte,Charitèplatz1,10117Berlin,CCO,R ) findet vom bis statt; Vorbesprechung: ,18:15Uhr Ort: Neuroscience Research Center,Ccampus Mitte,Charitèplatz1,10117Berlin,CCO,R Cerebral actvity in single neurons and small circuits (english) 3 SP OS Block (1) M. Larkum Block (2) M. Larkum 1) findet vom bis statt; Ort: Neuroscience Research Center,Ccampus Mitte,Charitèplatz1,10117Berlin,CCO,R Page 17 from 142

18 2) findet vom bis statt; Ort: Neuroscience Research Center,Ccampus Mitte,Charitèplatz1,10117Berlin,CCO,R Basic operation of the neocortex (english) 2 SP VL Block (1) M. Larkum Block (2) M. Larkum 1) findet vom bis statt; Ort: Neuroscience Research Center,Ccampus Mitte,Charitèplatz1,10117Berlin,CCO,R ) findet vom bis statt; Ort: Neuroscience Research Center,Ccampus Mitte,Charitèplatz1,10117Berlin,CCO,R Current Topics in Bacterial Signal Transduction and Regulation (english) OS Mon weekly CH 117, 155 R. Hengge für Absolvent(inn)en von Abschlussarbeiten und Doktorand(inn)en in der AG Mikrobiologie A: Cognition, Bahaviour and Evolution (english) VL Block (1) Y. Winter 1) findet vom bis statt; Ort:Ph13,H4,Hörsaal Brain Circuits for decision making (english) OS Block (1) Y. Winter 1) findet vom bis statt; Ort:Ph13,H4,Hörsaal Operant behaviour and decision making: Behavioural diagnostics in mouse models for neurology and psychiatry [KN 1] (english) 4 SWS PR Block (1) Y. Winter 1) findet vom bis statt; Ort:Ph13,H4,Hörsaal Cognitive Neurobiology: current topics (english) OS Thu 16:15-18:00 weekly (1) Y. Winter 1) Ort:Ph13,H4,Hörsaal Empirical Research Training - MIND (english) VL Mon 11:15-15:00 weekly (1) I 110, I I. Dziobek, K. Prehn 1) findet vom bis statt MIND In the empirical-experimental exercise students extend their basic knowledge of neurocognitive research methods gained in the research methods lecture and tutorial series and deepen their knowledge of theoretical principles and practical applications of neurocognitive methods.the objective of the class is to familiarize students with experimental (as well as descriptive) research methods by providing "hands-on" experiences in designing, conducting, analyzing, interpreting, and writing up one experimental neurocognitive research study. The empirical-experimental exercise is concluded with a documented individual report on the empirical project following APA guidlines. As a result of careful study and fulfillment of the course assignments, students should be able to: 1. Develop experimental research problems in cognitive neuroscience 2. Conduct reviews of the scientific literature relevant to a chosen research problem 3. Formulate research hypotheses 4. Design experimental neurocognitive studies 6. Execute experimental studies by collecting research data under carefully controlled conditions 7. Summarize and statistically analyze research data 8. Evaluate research results and draw conclusions pertaining to hypotheses 9. Communicate research studies in oral, written, and poster formats Mind and Brain students only! Page 18 from 142

19 Language and the Brain (english) VL Mon 09:30-11:00 weekly (1) BCCN-LH M. Krifka, F. Pulvermüller 1) findet vom bis statt Language has been investigated from a range of perspectives, rooted in diverse disciplines such as the humanities and philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience. These disciplines have focused on different aspects such as on language as a formal system relating sound to meaning, on the language-related behavior of humans and on how the language system is acquired, and on the ways how language is implemented in the brain. In this course we will outline the linguistic view of the architecture of this formal system, from phonology to syntax to semantics and pragmatics. We will introduce into the major psycholinguistic findings concerning the processing of language, such as the recognition of words, the parsing of sentences, and the computation of the intended meaning. And we will give an overview of what is known about the neural representation of language processing, including language disorders. The tutorial will complement the course by discussing particular articles that investigate specific aspects of language-related behavior and its neural implementation, and that use a variety of experimental techniques. Together with the course, students will be familiarized with current research questions in the field of language and the brain, and in the current methods and paradigms to address these questions. Exam: 13 July, 09:30-11: Empirical Research Training - BRAIN (english) VL Fri 10:00-13:15 weekly (1) I 110, I I. Dziobek 1) findet ab statt BRAIN In the empirical-experimental exercise students extend their basic knowledge of neurocognitive research methods gained in the research methods lecture and tutorial series and deepen their knowledge of theoretical principles and practical applications of neurocognitive methods.the objective of the class is to familiarize students with experimental (as well as descriptive) research methods by providing "hands-on" experiences in designing, conducting, analyzing, interpreting, and writing up one experimental neurocognitive research study. The empirical-experimental exercise is concluded with a documented individual report on the empirical project following APA guidlines. As a result of careful study and fulfillment of the course assignments, students should be able to: 1. Develop experimental research problems in cognitive neuroscience 2. Conduct reviews of the scientific literature relevant to a chosen research problem 3. Formulate research hypotheses 4. Design experimental neurocognitive studies 6. Execute experimental studies by collecting research data under carefully controlled conditions 7. Summarize and statistically analyze research data 8. Evaluate research results and draw conclusions pertaining to hypotheses 9. Communicate research studies in oral, written, and poster formats Mind and Brain students only!!! Basic Philosophical Concepts and Philosophy of Mind (english) VL Mon 15:30-17:00 weekly (1) BCCN-LH M. Pauen 1) findet vom bis statt The course provides a systematic overview over the most central issues in the philosophy of mind. Participating students will learn to apply relevant philosophical concepts, they will be taught to construct a valid argument; they will learn how to distinguish between the most important options in the mind body debate and how to assess the consequences of neuroscientific research Tutorial: Cognitive Neuroscience (english) TU Wed 10:00-11:30 weekly (1) I 110, I S. Herbst 1) findet vom bis statt Building on the basic knowledge acquired in the lecture, this tutorial focuses on recent issues in the the field of Cognitive Neuroscience. We will discuss new findings that support or challenge classical views on human cognitive processing, e.g. in the domains of perception, attention, memory or learning. Throughout the course students will deepen their knowledge about core neuroscientific topics and methods and at the same time practice how to efficiently read and interpret neuroscientific literature Tutorial: Language and the Brain (english) TU Wed 12:15-13:45 weekly (1) I 110, I M. Schomers 1) findet vom bis statt Page 19 from 142

20 Tutorial: Ethics and Neuroscience (english) TU Fri 14:15-15:45 weekly (1) I 110, I S. Gaus 1) findet vom bis statt The course will be concerned with three related fields at the intersection of neuroscience and philosophical ethics that comprise what has come to be known as Neuroethics. We will engage, firstly, with a number of concrete ethical questions that arise as a consequence of advances in neuroscience, such as whether neural enhancements are morally permissible and whether courts should have the power to order CNS-interventions. Going beyond questions of applied ethics, we will, second, take a closer look at potential implications of neuroscientific findings for certain apparent presuppositions of everyday moral thinking, in particular the impact of neuroscientific findings on whether human beings have free will and are morally responsible for their actions. The third major theme of the course will be attempts to use neuroscientific findings as a basis for arguments for certain metaethicalpositions, i.e. positions on how to make sense of what we are doing when we make moral judgements and engage in moral debates. Farah, Martha J. (2002), Emerging Ethical Issues in Neuroscience, Nature Neuroscience, 5: Roskies, A.L. (2002), Neuroethics for the New Millenium,Neuron, 35: Levy, N. (2012), Neuroethics.WIREs CognSci, 3: Tutorial: Philosophy of Mind (english) TU Fri 16:15-17:45 weekly (1) I 110, I D. Coelho Mollo 1) findet vom bis statt Experimental Psychopathology and Psychotherapy (english) SE Tue 10:15-11:45 weekly (1) I 110, I I. Dziobek 1) findet vom bis statt MIND/BRAIN This is a course about the scientific study of mental disorders and mechanisms of psychotherpeutic change. It will focus on conceptual foundations for the study and treatment of major mental disorders (e.g. depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, autism) as well as the methodological issues that follow from their consideration. The overall goal of the course is to promote critical thinking and to foster the development of adept researchers in the field of clinical cognitive neuroscience. The course includes among others the study of the historical contexts of abnormal behavior; current diagnostic criteria for psychopathology and examination of theory regarding psychopathology; etiologies, prevalence rates, and treatment approaches for psychological disorders as well as novel research in experimental psychopathology. By the end of this course, students should have mastered the following: 1. Have an overview of the field of abnormal psychology and major psychological problems and disorders (including using the ICD- and DSM-based classification systems) 2. appreciate multiple causes of psychopathology 3. Have a basic conceptual foundation for the etiology of specific psychological disorders as viewed from a number of theoretical perspectives, as well as how the etiology may relate to treatment of the disorder. 4. elucidate both the strengths and weaknesses of the current diagnosis system. 5. Be sensitive to the cultural differences that exist in regard to the conceptualization and presentation of mental disorders. 6. Have knowledge of the implementation of empirical supporting of psychological intervention types ÜFWExperimental Psychopathology and Psychotherapy (english) SE Tue 10:15-11:45 weekly (1) I 110, I I. Dziobek 1) findet vom bis statt MIND/BRAIN This is a course about the scientific study of mental disorders and mechanisms of psychotherpeutic change. It will focus on conceptual foundations for the study and treatment of major mental disorders (e.g. depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, autism) as well as the methodological issues that follow from their consideration. The overall goal of the course is to promote critical thinking and to foster the development of adept researchers in the field of clinical cognitive neuroscience. The course includes among others the study of the historical contexts of abnormal behavior; current diagnostic criteria for psychopathology and examination of theory regarding psychopathology; etiologies, prevalence rates, and treatment approaches for psychological disorders as well as novel research in experimental psychopathology. By the end of this course, students should have mastered the following: 1. Have an overview of the field of abnormal psychology and major psychological problems and disorders (including using the ICD- and DSM-based classification systems) 2. appreciate multiple causes of psychopathology 3. Have a basic conceptual foundation for the etiology of specific psychological disorders as viewed from a number of theoretical perspectives, as well as how the etiology may relate to treatment of the disorder. 4. elucidate both the strengths and weaknesses of the current diagnosis system. 5. Be sensitive to the cultural differences that exist in regard to the conceptualization and presentation of mental disorders. 6. Have knowledge of the implementation of empirical supporting of psychological intervention types. Page 20 from 142

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