Teaching

Based on the research conducted by the RG, teaching activities include diverse approaches such as advanced and block seminars, project and method seminars, excursions and the supervision of Bachelor's and Master's theses.

Winter Semester 2022/23


Winter semester 2022/23

The courses for the winter semester 2022/23 are distributed over the week as follows, as shown in the timetable:

Mondays: There are no courses on this day.
Tuesdays: Prof. Dr. Kathrin Hörschelmann will conduct her seminar on Diversity, Identity and Space for Master's students.
Wednesday: In the morning Mauricio Estrada holds a seminar on Advanced Human Geography, in the afternoon he gives a seminar for Erasmus students on Geography, History and Politics.
Thursday: The morning is again occupied by Prof. Hörschelmann's seminar on Diversity, Identity and Space. In the afternoon, the lecture on fields of study in human geography will take place. Afterwards, Prof. Hörschelmann leads the seminar on the Bachelor's or Master's thesis in weekly rotation. Every 14 days Dr. Dame also gives a seminar on cultural geography.
Fridays: On Friday mornings, the lecture on the philosophy of science takes place in the Alfred Philippson lecture hall. Dr. Dame's seminar on Mixed Methods in Empirical Human Geography will conclude the RG's week of courses.


In addition, there will be an excursion on "Mythos Rhein" led by Prof. Hörschelmann from March 20-22.

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Theses in the RG Cultural Geography

In the research group Cultural Geography we strive for a high quality supervision for theses. As a rule, you choose the topics for these yourself. For orientation, please refer to the research interests of the working group, which are listed on our website and in the profiles of the individual lecturers.

Bachelor theses

A total of 3-4 consultation appointments of about 30 minutes in length.

  • One consultation before submitting the exposé
  • One consultation after submitting the exposé
  • One or two consultations after registration

Master theses

A total of 5-6 consultation appointments of about 30 minutes in length.

  • One consultation before submitting the exposé
  • One consultation after submitting the exposé
  • Three to four consultations after registration
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