17 July 2022
Foundations of Democracy: American Law, Politics & Economy
The Summer School consists of four courses:
- American Constitutional Law (15 hours)
- Economics of a Free Society: Money and Banking in the United States (15 hours)
- United States Foreign Affairs and International Relations (15 hours)
- Anglo-American Social and Political Philosophy (15 hours)
On top of that 2 extra workshops are available:
U.S. Elections (90 minutes)
Who Was Really First? On American Republicanism (90 minutes)
On the day following closing of the Summer School, all qualified participants will be entitled to free participation in the 5th international student conference on American Law, Philosophy, Politics & Economics.
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Susanna Fischer, LLB, J.D., LL.M.
Karl-Friedrich Israel, Ph.D
David Jones, Ph.D
Prof William Gabriel Wagner, Ph.D
J. Patrick Higgins, M.A.
We welcome both undergraduate and graduate students as well as alumni of all disciplines.
Even though we expect mostly students of law, political science, philosophy, economics, international relations, and sociology, we will welcome you regardless of your specific educational background as long as you demonstrate the willingnes to actively engage in each seminar and discussion.
We aim to equip the participants with knowledge about the fundamentals of U.S. law, its political and economic system, as well as its position in the international arena. We also host a wide array of cultural networking events!
6.0 credits for the entire summer school, 1.5 for each of the 4 courses it consists of.
EUR 359: Early bird fee for participants who registered before April 1st
EUR 449: Regular fee for participants registered after April 1st and before May 15th.