Vorlesungs- und Lehrendenverzeichnis

SoSe 2020

Entstehung und Bedeutung spezifischer Beziehungen zwischen Zentralosteuroa und Israel

Joanna Dyduch

PULS

Israels relations with Central Eastern European (CEE) countries are multidimensional and complex. In fact, countries like Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and the Baltic States, apart from the common Jewish-Central-Eastern European history and its heritage, do share similar views on security issues, which they define through the lens of ‚ÄúRealpolitik‚ÄĚ and pro-Atlantic perspective. Israeli and CEE‚Äôsleaders are also interested in developing their own directions of foreign policy and economic cooperation ‚Äď a move they see as a way to strengthen their international subjectivity and provide counterbalance to the adaptive pressure from Brussels. This seminar aims at presenting the origins, substance and limitations of further development of the specific Israel-CEE States relations. The seminar will seek for answers on the question what makes these relations different compared with the relations Israel maintains with other EU-countries (mostlyWestern European) and also on the question what these differences mean for the European Union and its Middle Eastern Policy. The seminar also qualifies for students of political science and Jewish Studies. It is led by Prof. Dr. Joanna Dyduch, Visiting Professor at the Moses Mendelssohn Center.

Literatur

Sharon Pardo: Normative Power Europe Meets Israel. Perceptions and Realities. Lanham 2015 Barry Rubin: Unfinished Business and Unexploited Opportunities. Central and Eastern Europe, Jews, and the Jewish State, in: Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs, 2/2010 Joanna Dyduch: New dynamics in the relations between Israel and Visegrad Group (V4) states. Implication for the political integration within the European Union (EU), in: Osteuropa 9/10-2019

Leistungspunkterwerb

In √úbereinstimmung mit den jeweiligen Studien- und Pr√ľfungsordnungen. Regelm√§√üige und aktive Teilnahme am Seminar wird ebenso vorausgesetzt wie die √úbernahme eines Referats. Gute Englischkenntnisse sind ebenfalls Voraussetzung f√ľr die Teilnahme.

Studiengänge und Module

LPSWSbenotet
B2 Geschichte 2011
  1062 
Proseminar , Basismodul Staat und Gesellschaft in der Moderne
2
2
nein
B2 Geschichte 2015
  222311 
Proseminar, GES_BA_008 Basismodul Staat und Gesellschaft in der Moderne
10
2
nein
B2 J√ľdische Studien 2017
  221511 
Seminar, Vertiefungsmodul Geschichte und Gesellschaft
6
2
ja
BA Geschichte, Politik und Gesellschaft 2016
  222311 
Proseminar, GES_BA_008 Basismodul Staat und Gesellschaft in der Moderne
10
2
ja
BA Volkswirtschaftslehre 2019
  222311 
Proseminar, GES_BA_008 Basismodul Staat und Gesellschaft in der Moderne
10
2
nein
BL Geschichte 2011
  1062 
Proseminar Moderne, Basismodul Staat und Gesellschaft in der Moderne
2
2
nein
BL Geschichte 2013
  220313 
Seminar (Proseminar), GES_BA_019 Basismodul Staat und Gesellschaft in der Moderne Lehramt
4
2
ja

Kontakt

Universität Potsdam
Philosophische Fakultät
Am Neuen Palais 10
14469 Potsdam

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