Please refer to the official program list to find out if these courses can be counted towards your major or extended major in German.
LTCS1006 Great Books of the Western Tradition: 1600 to the present
The course aims to introduce students to the international dimension of the Western literary tradition.
LTCS2013 Tales of the City: Representations of the Metropolis in Modern Culture
This course will pursue comparative approaches to the semiotics of culture and the 'reading' of cultural phenomena.
LTCS2017 Where East Meets West: Issues in Contemporary German Culture and Society
An exploration of significant and controversial issues in German culture and society since unification.
LTCS2018 Books the Nazis Burned: German Literature and Society 1914-1945
Study of German society from 1914 to the Third Reich based on the literary and philosophical works burned at the notorious Nazi demonstrations of May 1933.
LTCS2019 Germany's Past: Society & Culture from the Middle Ages to the End of the Nineteenth Century
An examination of Germany's socio-historical development into a nation state, and of major trends in German literature, art, music and architecture over twelve centuries.
MSTU2011 Contemporary German Cinema
This course will explore major theses and trends in East and West German cinema since the late 1970s.
MSTU2012 European Film Today
This course explores political and aesthetic trends in European film since the late twentieth century.
SLAT2001 Introduction to Second Language Learning and Teaching
This course intends to complement language courses by exploring the process of second language learning and issues surrounding language teaching methodologies.
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