Czech Republic & Poland — PSYC 340 + ETLA 240: Cross Cultural Psychology - Social Psychology of the Holocaust

Students in this course examine social psychological and other factors related to genocide with a specific focus on the Holocaust. The course meets on campus in the spring semester and then travels to the Czech Republic and Poland in May. Upon arriving in Central Europe, students first spend time in Prague, Czech Republic, visiting cultural and historical sites including Prague Castle, the Jewish Quarter, Charles University, and the Terezin concentration camp. After taking a train to Kraków, Poland, students tour the Old Town, the Wieliczka Saltmines, and the nearby concentration camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau. Another train leads to Warsaw, Poland, where students learn more about the effects of WWII and the Holocaust by touring Warsaw and nearby Treblinka, a Nazi death camp.

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Next Offering: Spring 2020. Cost: $3800.

Professor: Dr. Celeste Gaia cgaia@ehc.edu

Included: Airfare, Accommodations, Most Meals, Entrance Fees, Excursions, Ground Transportation, Medical Insurance

Not included: Passport, Spending Money

Meets Core Curriculum requirements: 

Emory Abroad

Enroll in this course:

PSYC 340: Cross-Cultural Psychology + ETLA 240: Study Abroad Czech/Poland (1 credit hour)

Prerequisites:  Permission of instructor

Application Deadline:  November 1, 2019

Get application here.

Location:

old town square, prague