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Let's Go Danish: In the Classroom

"Going Danish" also means teaching Danish culture, history, and current events in the classrom. Numerous faculty members have committed to incorporating such themes in their lectures, many with the assistance of faculty from our closest partners in Denmark.
  • Chris Bischof, History

    Dr. Bischof will be incorporating Danish culture into his First Year Seminar, “Modern Masculinities” by exploring how egalitarianism in Danish workplaces and families affects the Danish conception of Masculinity.

  • Mary Finley-Brook, Geography

    Dr. Finley-Brook is incorporating themes of Danish sustainability with her current Geography and Environment curriculum.

  • Jeannine Keefer, Art & Art History

    Dr. Keefer will be using the film "The Infinite Happiness" in her classroom during lectures and discussions on architecture and public housing.

  • Todd Lookingbill, Geography

    Dr. Lookingbill is incorporating themes of Danish sustainability with his current Geography and Environment curriculum.

  • Jenny Pribble, Political Science

    Dr. Pribble is going Danish for her sections of Introduction to Comparative Politics by using Denmark as a case study for analysis of a Welfare State.

  • Anthony Russell, English

    Dr. Russell is teaching Hamlet, Prince of Denmark as part of his Shakespeare unit, which will include student readings for Danish Week.

  • David Salisbury, Geography

    Dr. Salisbury will incorporate themes of the Danish sustainability model, and how this model is realized in other Nordic territories.