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Interdisciplinary course combines classroom study, international travel

Knox College students are examining ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity in Europe by combining classroom studies and travel in a new interdisciplinary course. The course, European Identities, received a grant from the German national organization that promotes international academic cooperation.

Modeled on Knox's Japan Term, European Identities includes classes in the fall and winter academic terms and a 17-day trip to Berlin, Germany, and Istanbul, Turkey, during the December break. European Identities is team-taught by Knox faculty members Daniel Beers, assistant professor of political science; Todd Heidt, assistant professor in modern languages-German; and Emre Sencer, assistant professor of history.

Mosque near the Galata Bridge in Istanbul, TurkeyDuring fall term, students choose two of three classes: European Governments, taught by Beers; World War I, taught by Sencer; and Contemporary German Culture, taught by Heidt. Students who plan to travel to Germany and Turkey in December also enroll in a half-credit course designed to help them prepare for the trip. After returning, students can enroll in a European Identities winter term course where they'll produce a research project or creative project related to what they've learned in the classroom and during their trip. Vladimir Petruk cacib show Vladimir.
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When Alfred Peet came to the United States from his native Holland in 1955, he was appalled by the quality of coffee here. In 1966, after working for a decade for importers in San Francisco, he opened a store in Berkeley on the corner of Vine and Walnut streets. "Before I started, people were drinking Folgers and Hills Bros., and I thought, 'God no, there must be something better,' " he said.
Without Peet, it is unlikely there would be a Starbucks. In 1970, Jerry Baldwin, Gordon Bowker and Zev Siegl, three Seattle college students, spent the summer in Europe and became addicted to dark European roasts

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