May 24, 2020 — May 31, 2020

Berlin UnCovered

With Dr. Pamela Zeiser

About the Trip

Alive with art, development, and the movement of history, Berlin is one of the world's most dynamic capitals. Explore Berlin for a week, focusing on its eventful past, vibrant culture, and compelling politics. Visit landmarks that shaped world history, meet with political practitioners and experts, tour world-renowned art museums and visit UNESCO world heritage sites. Local experts will help put Berlin's historical evolution, cultural development, and growth into context, sharing the city's beloved landmarks, legends, and lesser-known treasures.

$3,999 per person plus airfare.

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About the lecturer

Dr. Pamela A. Zeiser is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from the University of Nevada, Reno, and both a Masters degree in International Studies and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Claremont Graduate University. Dr. Zeiser teaches courses on International Relations and Europe, generally, with special interests in foreign policy and the European Union. Dr. Zeiser has lectured for previous World Affairs Council programs in Europe, including two previous programs in Germany and the Czech Republic, and has led student study abroad groups to Central Europe. She is a member of the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville, where she volunteers as liaison between the Council and the University of North Florida.

  • “Thank you for a marvelous week. I don’t remember a tour as well planned, interesting, deeply informative and so enjoyable.”

    Norton Belknap, NY

  • “This tour was excellent is all respects: staff, planning, guides, food, officials we met. Can’t imagine how it could have been better."

    Daniel Duff, Washington, D.C.