The MWP has set up a teaching exchange with UPF, Barcelona, Humboldt University, Berlin, and with the LSE, London where Max Weber Fellows have the opportunity to have a week’s intensive teaching experience with professional feedback. The MWP intends to expand their MWP teaching abroad network in the future.
For more information on the Teaching Exchanges that will take place in 2012, see below.
The following Max Weber Fellows will take part in the Teaching Module at UPF, 16-20 April 2012:
- Augstin Casas (ECO)
- Daniel Hershenzon (HEC)
- Jonathan Garry James (ECO)
- Lei Ji (ECO)
- Henry Mak (ECO)
- Stefan Malthaner (SPS)
- Mihai Varga (SPS)
The UPF-MWP, Barcelona, teaching exchange has been set up in collaboration with the Vice-Chancellor of UPF, Maria Morras, the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Mireia Trench, and the coordinator of the MWP exchange at UPF, Pau Solà.
All fellows will be teaching a couple of sessions within the undergraduate courses and they will have to give a talk on a topic related to their research. They will also be in contact with Master and Doctorate students and professors of the respective Faculties and Departments hosting their teaching.
The following Max Weber Fellows will take part in the Teaching Module at Humboldt University, 21-25 May 2012:
- Chris Colvin (HEC): "Industrial Policy and the Crisis"
- Daniela Comande' (LAW): "The Protection of Social Rights in Europe through the Jurisprudence of teh European Courts"
- Eva Garcia-Moran (ECO): "Introduction to Family Economics"
- Emanuela Grama-Neamtu (HEC): "The Politics of Technology and the 'Soft Power' of Consumption in Post-War Eastern Bloc"
- Daniel Lee (HEC): "Vichy France and the Jews"
- Lauri Tahtinen (HEC): "Towards a History of the Global"
- Leen Vandecasteele (SPS): "Social Inequality and Poverty"
The exchange is set up by the Max Weber Programme and Humboldt University, Berlin. The module has three components:
- Class observance (prior to teaching): MWP fellows will observe the group that they are going to give the tutorial to during a language class (English for Specific Purposes). The colleague teaching the class will afterwards discuss all technical and other details of the tutorial to be taught by the fellow.
- Tutorial: Three convenors will observe the tutorial and give feedback to the fellow. The students fill out feedback forms which can be discussed in the feedback session. Other fellows may attend the tutorial and the feedback session.
- Lecture: MWP fellows give an open undergraduate lecture in their own discipline. The convenors will attend the lecture and there will be a feedback session. Other fellows may attend the lecture and the feedback session.
Programme for the week (pdf)
The Humboldt staff responsible for the organisation of the module are Connie Hacke and David Bowskill.