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Academic Travel

The construction of memory is one of the fundamental processes by which the workings of culture can be studied. Students in the Academic Travel course CLCS 220T Inventing the Past: The Uses of Memory in a Changing World explored memories of the Holocaust through its representations found throughout Berlin.

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Snapshots: Academic Travel

The Franklin curriculum requires students to complete academic travel courses that take them to Japan, the Baltics, Malawi, and more.