German Democratic Republic (GDR), Hungary, and Czechoslovakia - 1990

Faculty Seminar participants in Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Dr. Uliana Gabara led a group of eight faculty members on a three-week in-country trip to the German Democratic Republic, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia. The trip was preceded by several weeks of personal research and on-campus presentations.

While in the GDR, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia, participants met with academics, intellectuals, and professionals. They also visited some of the region's most important cultural and political sites including the Danube Bend in Hungary, castles in and outside of Prague, and Potsdam in East Berlin.




Program Participants

Ronald Bacigal

T.C. Williams School of Law

Ernest Bolt

Department of History

Sheila Carapico

Department of Political Science

Fred Cohen

Department of Music

Uliana Gabara

Office of International Education

Charles Johnson

Department of Art

Michael Spear

Department of Journalism

Louis Tremaine

Department of English

Gail Wright

Robins School of Business