Exploring the Past in Person
The tour was offered as complement to a history course on East Central Europe taught by Prof. Irina Mukhina. The class explored the region’s imperial past, as well as the more recent period of turmoil that followed the First World War. The students immersed themselves in Central Europe’s art, politics and culture, making important connections between their readings, discussions and real-life experience.
“Every single place we visited was absolutely incredible, from Wenceslas Square to the Hungarian Parliament” said Carleigh Baldwin ’11. “We saw so many amazing things and truly made the most of every second we had there.”