Please read the instructions of the Chair for the current semester and further information on the organization of the courses here, before sending us an email.
Notes on teaching in the winter semester 2020/21
Due to the corona pandemic, there are no personal consultation hours with the staff of the chair. Our team can be contacted by e-mail. For general questions, please contact the assistant of the chair.
In the winter semester 2020/21, the Chair for German Politics and Government offers its courses in digital form. Various online formats will be offered, which you can enroll for via PULS from October 19, 2020. Please register for all courses you are interested in by October 30, 2020, as the first contact with the course lecturers is made via PULS. All further organizational information, especially the password for the Moodle course, will be sent to you via e-mail on November 02, 2020.
If course registration via PULS is not possible for technical reasons (e.g. because you do not yet have access data), please contact the responsible lecturer.
General information on the courses offered can be found here.
|BA/MA||Zeit||Titel der Veranstaltung||Format||Dozent/Dozentin|
|BA||German political system in EU context - lecture||asynchronous||Prof. Dr. Julia Fleischer|
|BA||German political system in EU context - exercise||asynchronous||Prof. Dr. Julia Fleischer|
|BA||Wednesday 10.00 - 12.00||Party competition and voter behavior||online course||Lukas Thiele|
|BA||Policy-making in the European policy cycle||asynchronous||Dr. Jana Paasch|
|BA||Thursday 10.00 - 12.00||Introduction to academic work (group 5)||online course||Janina Walkenhorst|
|MA||Covid-19 and the return of the (strong) state||asynchronous||Prof. Dr. Julia Fleischer|
|MA||Monday 12.00 - 14.00||Parliaments in the European multi-level system||online course||Dr. Jana Paasch|
|BA/MA||Thesis colloquium||asynchronous (possibly bilateral appointments)||Prof. Dr. Julia Fleischer|
|BA||block seminar||European Governance||online course||Prof. Dr. Joachim Wuermeling|
Online course (synchronous) means that the course takes place live and in zoom at a fixed weekly time
Asynchronous means that the course has no live date, the teaching materials are made available to you and can be accessed at any time.