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Applied Psychotherapy

How does one apply theoretical knowledge to real-life therapeutic contexts? This course introduces diverse theoretical approaches to psychotherapy. This course requires active participation in and observation of group-based and individual exercises focusing on psychotherapy skills.

Conflict or Cooperation: Security Challenges in Europe

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 marked a new turning point for the EU. This course seeks to grasp the new security developments in Europe, focusing on the Baltic Sea Region states, and especially on…

Sustainable Food: Production and Consumption

This course focuses on concrete and innovative solutions that reshape our connection to food. These solutions recognize and address the environmental and social impacts of food. Critical questions include: What is the true cost of food?…

Philosophy of Happiness

From cradle to grave, we all encounter trials and opportunities for growth. But do we seize upon these openings to evaluate life at its core? Through the lens of Danish and French philosophy and literature, this…

Philosophy of Happiness

Photography in Europe: Technology, Culture, Art

This course investigates the impact of photography on culture, art, and society from the first photo in Europe around 1840 and up until today. We explore the role of photography beyond mainstream cultural accounts, integrating a…

History of Photography in Europe, Technology, Culture, and Art

African American Expats in Copenhagen and Paris

This course examines the experiences of African American expatriates in Copenhagen and in Paris. While many are familiar with the stories of James Baldwin, Josephine Baker, Langston Hughes, and Richard Wright in Paris, few know about…

DIS Summer, African American Expats in Copenhagen and Paris

Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience

The complex cellular and molecular organization of the brain drives a variety of physiological and cognitive functions. In this course, we explore gene expression and protein distribution on the level of organ, brain region, and cell.…

Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience

Psychology of Emerging Adulthood

What is an adult? This class addresses the transition from adolescence to adulthood. The psychological implications of the adolescent experience and further development into adulthood pertaining to identity, family, love and sex, cohabitation and marriage, career,…

Strategic Leader

Strategic planning is an essential skill for 21st-century leaders. Explore the concepts of leadership and strategic planning in Scandinavian and European contexts, critique actual strategic plans, and conduct real-life strategic exercises. Discuss the past, current, and…

Political Extremism and Threats to Democracy

The surge in polarization and populism is the most important political development of the 21st century. What are the major causes of the increase in polarization and populism? What are the likely consequences of these developments?…

DIS Summer, Political Extremism and Threat to Democracy in Stockholm