Professor Robert Blobaum from West Virginia University will give a series of lectures at Collegium Civitas! The lectures start on Monday, May 21 and are open for all Collegium Civitas students.
Prof. Blobaum is a renowned scholar, historian, author of “A Minor Apocalypse: Warsaw during the First World War” and “Rewolucja: Russian Poland, 1904-1907”.
|Day||Title of the lecture||Date||Room||Time|
|Monday||Unipolar, Bipolar and Multipolar International Systems and their Stability||May 21, 2018||1222||3:00 pm – 4:30 pm|
|Tuesday||The First World War: The War that Never Ended||May 22, 2018||R1222||11:30 am – 1:00 pm|
|Wednesday||Refugees, Humanitarian Crises, and Destabilization||May 23, 2018||Aula B||5:00 pm – 6:30 pm|
|Thursday||Atrocities, Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide: Cause and Effect||May 24, 2018||1222||1:15 pm – 2:45 pm|
This time the Professor visits Collegium Civitas within the framework of Erasmus+ cooperation. Collegium Civitas cooperates with West Virginia University also in the Trans-Atlantic Dual Degree MA Graduate Program where Collegium Civitas students have an opportunity to gain a double Master’s degree diploma in the field of International History and Security Studies.
The double degree program starts in October 2018 at Collegium Civitas, where students will spend two semesters taking core modules in International History and Security Studies with special focus on Central and Eastern Europe, the European Union and its external relations, issues related to terrorism, energy security and sustainable development.
After the first year students will spend a further two semesters at West Virginia University the following courses in international history, with elective courses in ethics in global politics, history of intelligence, foreign policy, history of dictatorships and democratization, human rights, international law and environmental challenges.