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Kiez Kieken: Observations Of Berlin, Vol. 1, Spring 2012, Maria Ebner, Annie Buckel, James Hollingsworth, Caroline Inzucchi, Matthew Kasper, Kingsley Lasbrey, Alexander Macleod, Sean Maguire, Leila Nabizadeh, Kathryn Reddy, Peter Scherer, Kelsey Taormina Apr 2012

Kiez Kieken: Observations Of Berlin, Vol. 1, Spring 2012, Maria Ebner, Annie Buckel, James Hollingsworth, Caroline Inzucchi, Matthew Kasper, Kingsley Lasbrey, Alexander Macleod, Sean Maguire, Leila Nabizadeh, Kathryn Reddy, Peter Scherer, Kelsey Taormina

Modern Languages and Literatures Student Publications

With this journal Kiez kieken: Observations of Berlin the students’ articles of the course Berlin Tales: Germany’s Kiez and Metropolis taught by Prof. Maria Ebner are being published to open up classroom discourse to a broader academic community. Topics have been chosen individually by each student and involved first-hand fieldwork research in Berlin, Germany, between March 10th and March 17th of 2012 as well as continuous individual research throughout the course of the semester.


Por Granada: Revista De Estudiantes, Vol. 2, Spring 2012, Rafael Lamas, Pepa Merlo, Danielle E. Flores, Julia Maguire, Ellen Mcmanus, Caitlin Lewis, Jacqueline Monnat, Claudine Murphy, Ashley Portal, Michael Landon, Olivia Licata, Alie Russo, Karina Daza, Julia Sponseller, Samuel Vincent, Sean Cantwell, Argelia Moya, Laura Muse Apr 2012

Por Granada: Revista De Estudiantes, Vol. 2, Spring 2012, Rafael Lamas, Pepa Merlo, Danielle E. Flores, Julia Maguire, Ellen Mcmanus, Caitlin Lewis, Jacqueline Monnat, Claudine Murphy, Ashley Portal, Michael Landon, Olivia Licata, Alie Russo, Karina Daza, Julia Sponseller, Samuel Vincent, Sean Cantwell, Argelia Moya, Laura Muse

Modern Languages and Literatures Student Publications

The magazine Por Granada publishes the students’ final project of the course Spain in Context taught by Prof. Lamas at Fordham in Granada. Rather than the academic research paper, the preferred format is the well-informed article of investigative journalism. Topics are chosen in consultation with Prof. Lamas and Begoña Calatrava, and must involve a demanding first-hand fieldwork in Granada. A number of interviews with locals are required to have the project approved. Students are requested to find their own sources and to create an adequate network of contacts to fully understand the chosen subject matter. All articles are the result ...