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Dialogue of Civilizations

The Department of Political Science encourages international study. The following Dialogue of Civilization programs are led by our Political Science faculty and count toward your POLS major. For a general overview of Dialogue of Civilization programs, please consult the GEO website.

**For inquiries regarding the applicability of other Dialogue programs for the POLS major, please contact our Undergraduate Program Director (Professor Natalie Bormann, n.bormann@northeastern.edu)**

Summer 2020

Summer 1

Holocaust and Genocide Studies: Berlin (Germany and Auschwitz (Poland)  
Professor Natalie Bormann
Summer Session I
Info Session: Thursday, November 7, 5:30 pm
221 Hayden Hall

The Twenty-First Century City: Tokyo and Kyoto (Japan)
Professors Thomas Vicino and Lori Gardenier
Summer Session I
Info Session: Thursday, November 14, 6pm
909 Renaissance Park

Jordan & Egypt: Arabic Language & Middle East Politics – Amman (Jordan)/Cairo (Egypt)
Professor Denis Sullivan
Summer Session I
Info Session: Monday, November 18,  5:00 pm
348 Curry Student Center

 

Summer 2

New POLS Dialogue: 
Unity and Diversity – Postwar Politics and Migration: Rotterdam (Netherlands) and Brussels (Belgium) 
Professor Colin Brown
Summer Session II
Info Session:

Balkan Puzzles – Democracy versus Authoritarianism & International Meddling: Belgrade (Serbia)
Professor Denis Sullivan
Summer Session II
Info Session:

Disaster and Recovery: Tokyo (Japan)
Professor Daniel Aldrich
Summer Session II
Info Session: Wednesday, November 20, 6pm
201 C Renaissance Park

**Professor Denise Garcia’s Dialogue to the UN in Geneva will not run in Summer 2020**