GRMN 3120

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German Courtly Literature
Credit Hours: 
3

In this course, students will read a number of important and representative texts of the high Middle Ages in Germany and do three things with them: 1) understand them as products of a specific historical culture; 2) interpret them critically as complex & sophisticated works of art; and 3) work with them creatively and keep them alive & interesting in the 21st century. Taught in German.

Satisfies Core Area IV (World Languages and Culture or Humanities and the Arts) and the Franklin College Literature requirement.

Prerequisites: 
GRMN 3010
Semester Offered: 
Spring
 
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