I. L’viv and Galicia – topic: relationships between nations, structures of power and stabilisation of power, culture and literature of borderland (part 1)
1. L’viv – politics of nations in relation to the city space on example of monuments, commemoration of the past, e.g. nostalgia and the Habsburg monarchy, nationalisation, Holocaust versus Holodomor
2. Żółkwia / Zowkwa – Jews and their place, “a private city” one of the biggest synagogs, conflict between aristocracy, nobility and peasants
3. Zadwórze / Zadwirja – battle against the Soviet army of Budionny on August, 17 (1920)
4. Olesko – castle of Johann III. Sobieski
5. Brody – Jewish culture and literature
II. Luzk and Wolhynia – commemoration of national conflicts
6. Luzk – former Polish regional center (Woiwode), counterpart of L’viv in the north?
8. Poryck/Pawliwka – a Polish-Ukrainian monument of the massacre in 1943
9. Sokal – question of the artificial border (Kordon sokalski)
III. Galicia or East Central Poland and its blossoming
10. Drohobycz – Bruno Schulz and the three cities of Galicia
11. Boryslaw – industry and the three cities of Galicia
12. Truskavets – recreation area and the three cities of Galicia
13. Stryj – Jewish past and the monument of Stefan Bandera
14. Stanisławów / Iwano-Frankiwsk – former Polish regional center (Woiwode), counterpart of L’viv in the south?
IV. Bukowina and its memory of different occupying forces
15. Czerniowce / Czernowitz and its Austrian, Romanian and Sowjet past
16. Kamieniec Podolski / Kamjanez-Podilskyj – fortress from the 16th century
V. Galicia – culture and literature of the borderland (part 2)
17. Tschortkiw – Karl Emil Franzos
18. Tarnopol and its military and administrative meaning
19. Bereschany, Zolochiv / Złoczów as former Jewish cities
A recommended place to stay is by Iwano-Frankiwsk, in Bołszowce. It is a monastery, a center for the Polish-Ukrainian reconciliation.