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An introduction to Kazakh language and culture, emphasizing oral and cultural proficiency and reading comprehension. Taught through the use of vocabulary in simulated settings, repetition drills, and frequent use of vocabulary, acting, and reading aloud. Augmented by reading and grammatical…

The goal of German 1001 is to develop the four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing) in a cultural context with a focus on spoken German. The course will enable you to communicate in German about everyday topics, including friends and family, housing, daily routine, leisure…

Fundamentals of Russian grammar, conversation, pronunciation, and reading, with an emphasis on oral proficiency and comprehension.
Not open to students with credit in RUSS 1011
 

The Department of Germanic & Slavic Studies is sometimes able to offer introductory courses in Slavic languages other than Russian. This course will provide students with the fundamentals of grammar, conversation, pronunciation, reading, and writing of a Slavic language, together with an…

Fundamentals of grammar, conversation, pronunciation, reading, and writing of a Slavic language other than Russian, together with an introduction to the culture of the people in question. This course cannot be used in partial fulfillment of the foreign language requirement in the core curriculum…

German 1002 continues to develop the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, writing) in an authentic cultural context. The course will enable you to communicate in German about everyday topics such as education, leisure activities and travel and present information about German-…

RUSS 1002 is a continuation of RUSS 1001. By the end of this course you will have been exposed to all of the fundamental grammatical structures of Russian and you should have an active vocabulary of about 1000 words, which will allow you to communicate on a range of everyday topics.

The Department of Germanic & Slavic Studies is sometimes able to offer introductory courses in Slavic languages other than Russian. This course is a continuation of SLAV 1002 and will provide students with the fundamentals of grammar, conversation, pronunciation, reading, and writing of a…

In the Russian Flagship curriculum, RUSS 1011 is the first in a two-part intensive introductory course in modern Russian language and culture. This accelerated course covers the fundamentals of Russian grammar, conversation, pronunciation, and reading, with an emphasis on oral proficiency and…

In the Russian Flagship certificate curriculum, RUSS 1012  is the second in a two-part intensive introductory course in modern Russian language and culture. This course continues to further develop students’ competence in speaking, listening, reading, and writing, with a persistent focus on…

German 1110 develops the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, writing) in an authentic cultural context. The course will enable you to communicate in German about everyday topics, including your family, yourself, your everyday routine, shopping, education and recreational…

A combination of Elementary German I and Elementary German II. Not open to native speakers. Not open to students with credit in GRMN 1001, GRMN 1002.

German 2001 continues to develop the four language skills in a cultural context. It also reviews and expands upon the basic grammar covered in first-year German classes. By the end of this course you should have: increased your ability to communicate about topics of general interest orally and…

This course reviews and builds upon the basic grammar and vocabulary acquired in RUSS 1001-1002. It is designed to help students improve their comprehension of written and spoken Russian; acquire greater competence in communicating their ideas in Russian; achieve greater facility and accuracy in…

Designed to improve students’ proficiency in spoken Russian. This course will reinforce topics, grammatical structures, and vocabulary covered in Intermediate Russian I.

German 2002 continues to develop your language skills in a cultural context. It also reviews and expands upon the basic grammar covered in first-year German classes and in German 2001. By the end of this course you should have significantly enhanced your knowledge of cultural issues, increased…

This course is a continuation of RUSS 2001. It is designed to help students improve their comprehension of written and spoken Russian; acquire greater competence in communicating their ideas in Russian; achieve greater facility and accuracy in the use of common grammatical structures; and expand…

Designed to improve students' proficiency in spoken Russian. This course will reinforce topics, grammatical structures, and vocabulary covered in Intermediate Russian II.

Instruction in grammar, development of reading comprehension, and practice in composition for speakers of Russian who have had little or no formal instruction in reading or writing the language.
 

Not open to students with credit in RUSS 1001, RUSS 1002 or RUSS 2001 or RUSS 2002…

Part one of a two-part intensive intermediate course in Russian language and culture. This course continues to enhance students’ competence in speaking, listening, reading, and writing in Russian, with a persistent focus on proficiency-oriented instruction and assessment.

Part two of a two-part intensive intermediate course in modern Russian and Russian culture, with an introduction to the subfields of professional Russian. This course continues to further develop students’ competence in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Russian, with a persistent focus…

Russian culture in the twentieth century. Examines both high culture (literature, art, architecture, classical music) and low or popular culture (film, popular music, various aspects of daily life) within the framework of the historical and political development of the period. No knowledge of…

In this course we will discuss Slavic folklore and belief systems in different historical periods and their representation in historical accounts, stories, novels, fairy tales, legends, customs, and films. No background knowledge is required. This course will introduce students to the materials…

Accelerated course with comprehensive grammar review and readings of intermediate texts; composition and conversation. Not open to native speakers.

German 2140H continues to develop the four language skills in a cultural context. It also reviews and expands upon the basic grammar covered in first-year German classes. By the end of this course you should have: increased your ability to communicate about topics of general interest orally and…

Explores the Viking myths and legends from multiple perspectives: comparative world mythology; ancient Germanic origins; medieval literary and historical context; modern reception, revival, and misuse; popular mass culture; and creative reinterpretation. Taught in English.

This course explores German literature as a window onto central themes and developments in German and Austrian society, culture and history in the 19th and 20th centuries. The focus is on realistic fiction as testimony to the lived experience of daily life, place, social class, gender, national…

German film comedy during the 20th and 21st centuries, accompanied by an introduction to the genre of comedy and theories of laughter and humor. No background knowledge required. All readings and discussions are in English and all films are in English or have English subtitles.
 

Traditional German folk tales, fairy tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm and German authors in the social and cultural context of the early 19th century. The use and abuse of fairy tales in contemporary culture and popular media, including advertising, film, and TV. Taught in English.
Not open…

Students meet individually via video platform with native German-speaking partners, conversing on topics of mutual interest in both languages and documenting progress with a portfolio of written work. This course is part of the Video Tandem Language Learning Project between UGA and the Leibnitz…

This course is designed to enhance and consolidate students' competence in the four language skill areas (speaking, reading, writing, and listening). The focus is on the comprehension of written texts and oral conversations, writing essays and learning more about contemporary Russian culture. On…

This course is the continuation of RUSS 3001. It is designed to enhance and consolidate students' competence in the four language skill areas (speaking, reading, writing, and listening). The focus is on the comprehension of written texts and oral conversations, writing essays and learning…

This introductory cultural studies course acquaints you with central social, cultural and political issues of post-war Germany. Our textbook is designed as a course for foreigners wishing to become German citizens. We are therefore becoming familiar with pertinent aspects of German culture from…

Part one of a two-part intensive advance course in Russian language and culture. This course is designed to advance and consolidate students' competence in the four language skill areas (speaking, reading, writing, and listening). Focus on proficiency-oriented instruction and assessment.

Part two of an intensive course further developing students’ competence in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Focus on proficiency-oriented instruction and assessment. Engagement with texts from a variety of genres designed to enhance command of vocabulary, grammar, and syntax, including…

 

 

How do current trends in science and technology in Europe's largest economy compare to those in the United States? How can the Digital Revolution proceed in an equitable and ethical way? How can technology build a more sustainable world? Become a more competent…

This content-based course aims to enhance students’ knowledge of contemporary (Post-wall) German culture and to improve their German language skills though class, small group and partner discussions; working with texts of various genres; essay writing; vocabulary expansion; as well as grammar…

This course is a survey of the Slavic family of languages, aspects of their historical development, and characteristics of their modern linguistic systems. Selected topics in the phonology, morphology, syntax, and sociolinguistics of individual Slavic languages will be addressed. The goal of the…

In this course you will analyze different genres of Russian texts and some of the cultural, sociolinguistic, grammatical, and stylistic issues involved in translation. You will improve your ability to understand and interpret a wide variety of Russian texts. You will learn about different…

The peoples and cultures of the Balkans from the Byzantine period to the present, with a focus on the social, historical, and cultural factors that have played a role both in the formation of ethnic/national identity within the region and in the perceptions of outsiders.
 

This course explores the history and culture of the Germanic world from the Bronze Age up until Charlemagne. Emphases include Roman-Germanic confrontation, the Nordic mythology of the Vikings and their relationship to early Germanic pagans, the Christianization of the Germanic tribes as well as…

In this course we read, interpret, and work creatively with some of the classic texts in medieval German literature: heroic epic, Arthurian romance, and the poetry of Minnesang. Explores the deep origins of modern notions of heroism and romantic love in an era that was both unimaginably violent…

Interpretations of Russian fairy tales within the frameworks of four different approaches: structuralism, psychoanalysis, socio- politics, and feminism. Analyses of Russian fairy tales’ structure and images. Their significance for Russian literature, art, music, and cinema.
 

Explores themes of madness, desire, and death in Russian literature and the arts, focusing on the 19th century. Study of masterpieces by Russian writers (Pushkin, Gogol, Dostoevsky, Turgenev, Tolstoy, Chekhov), as well as non-fictional documents, such as Russian medical, judicial, and…

Russian culture from the period of Kievan Rus' to the 1917 Revolution. Designed to increase the student's proficiency in all language skills and to build vocabulary. Conducted in Russian.
 

This course explores the connection between ethics and literature and how narrative influences the formation of our ethical character, based on key theory, fiction, and non-fiction texts from East European literature. We will investigate the relationship between authors and readers and…

Multi-media investigation of the period of massive intellectual and religious transition between 1350 and 1600 in the German-speaking lands. Emphasis on the Catholic conciliar movement; the Protestant Reformation and Sectarianism; and the rise and spread of Northern Humanism. Includes close-…

This course provides an overview of the differences between German and English grammar, with a focus on not only the individual study of the core linguistic modules of phonetics/phonology, morphology and syntax, but also the interaction between those modules, especially in bilinguals. Balancing…

Survey of history of German cinema; investigation of particular directors, periods, and styles; relationship between German and other national cinemas. Course includes a required weekly film screening. Taught in English.
 

This follows the same format as the film courses offered…

A survey of the major periods, genres, and directors of the extensive Russian and Soviet cinematographic heritage, with particular attention to the immediate influence of historical, political, and cultural developments, questions of cultural identity, and the making of a national tradition.…

A historical survey of German poetry or focus on particular poets, periods, or themes. Poems will be explored in their historical and cultural context but also engaged with as living works of art. There will be a performance and creative component. Taught in German.

Fyodor Dostoevsky is a nationalistic, anti-Catholic, anti-Semitic, anti-Polish, anti-European (and certainly anti-American), fanatically religious, politically conservative 19th century Russian writer.  What is it about this man’s literature that forces itself mercilessly and inescapably on…

The representation of non-human and children’s lives in Russian and East European literatures. Articulation of the human through comparison with lives considered less than human. Philosophy and ethics of non-human subjectivity. Survey of a wide range of sources, including literature, visual art…

We will look at key texts by German and Austrian writers from about 1800 to 1914, looking at how writers positioned themselves in terms of nationhood and empire. German-speaking writers reacted to the Napoleonic wars and their aftermath, the French 1830 revolution, the uprisings of 1848, and the…

This course will introduce students to the literature, art, music and the central social, cultural and political issues of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, a period in German literary and cultural history known as the Romantic Age. It is designed to provide an introduction to the…

This course takes an interdisciplinary approach to the documentary and fictional forms chosen by the victims of the Holocaust (1933-45), studying diaries and memoirs, as well as fictional texts and films.We will also engage with the theories and controversies surrounding these narratives.…

Explores development of Russian history and culture focusing on 19th-century Russian novel. Study of masterpieces by Pushkin, Gogol, Lermontov, Turgenev, Dostoevsky, Leskov, Tolstoy, as well as their cultural, historical, and philosophic context. Exploration of Russian literature as central…

Offered annually as part of our Study Abroad in Freiburg program during the summer semester. This couse consists of selected contemporary topics in the culture, civilization, language, or literature of German-speaking countries. Taught in English.

An introduction to important aspects of modern Russian society and culture, including popular culture and everyday life. Students will read a variety of texts, including scholarly works, newspaper articles, fiction, and historical accounts. The class is conducted in English and requires no prior…

Course will be taught by the visiting Max Kade Foundation Writer-in-Residence or Filmmaker-in-Residence. Course is focused on a topic of their choice, usually involving their own work, though not exclusively. Taught in German.

Major changes have affected Russian cinema since the collapse of the Soviet Union in such areas as production, distribution, ideology, and taste. Examination of the development of post-Soviet cinema, considering key movies made between 2001 and the present. Conducted in English with subtitled…

Post-war German-speaking literature and ideas. Traces literary themes and topics and analyzes their social, political, and cultural context. Includes aftermath of World War II (philosophical, political, cultural, economic), feminism, new politics of the 60s/70s, terrorism, foreigners/…

Focuses on German playwright Bertolt Brecht (1898 - 1956), one of the most influential figures in twentieth-century drama. Discussion of Brecht's political and artistic development during his Berlin years, a period of explosive political constellations and artistic controversy. Involves the…

In this course, we will read representative texts written by women authors after 1945, as well as view and discuss films by women filmmakers. We will aim to interpret and understand these works in light of their historical context-- the postwar period, the task of Vergangenheitsbewältigung…

How do societies remember? What do societies, groups, and individuals choose to remember and forget, and why? How are memories and family stories passed down through the generations? Taking these broad questions as our guide, this seminar centers more specifically on public acts of remembrance…

This course explores the Berlin Wall as a site of history and imagination within the context of postwar politics, culture, and everyday life. We will discuss the events leading to the construction of the physical border, life with the Wall, the fall of the Wall and the persistence of mental “…

This course provides a cross-cultural (Germany-US) exploration of current perceptions and interactions of authorities (e.g. police) with the public through an examination of laws and regulations. We take a close look at crime and morality in popular media such as television crime dramas. We also…

Over the course of the semester, we will concern ourselves with the topic of heritage languages. A heritage language is acquired in the home, but spoken in a community, region, or country where it is not the majority variety. In part, the topic focuses on the social circumstances surrounding a…

Explores the synthesis of the verbal and musical arts in German culture from a dual perspective: literary content of musical genres (such as minne- and meistersang, Lutheran hymn, cantata, opera, folk song, lied), and musical structures and themes in certain literary works. Taught in German.…

The main aim of this course is to introduce undergraduate students to the history of German film. At the same time, we will address the social, political, economic, demographic changes and shifts in Germany of the 20th/21st century. The class will ask

questions in relation to these…

The course consists of three parts: an examination of traditional stories, including fairy tales, followed by an analysis of contemporary picture books, and finally a close reading of Michael Ende’s Unendliche Geschichte as a neo‐romantic tale. The readings are in roughly chronological order,…

This course investigates the contributions of Jews and Jewish culture to the German-speaking world. The focus is on how Jewish writers, thinkers, and artists portray their experiences and identities. We will read texts and view films that reflect the responses of Jews (and non-Jews) to…

Taking Goethe's late autobiographical writing Dichtung und Wahrheit as point of departure, this course explores the life and work of Goethe, focusing on dramatic, novelistic, and poetic genres for which he is renowned and considering their aesthetic, historical, and cultural implications. Taught…

The goal of this course is the study of the sociohistorical processes and linguistic developments in German, concerning the establishment of the modern standard language. As such, we will study language shift and language change from both a diachronic and synchronic perspective. The standard…

In German cultural and literary history, fairy tales are much more than nice, little stories for children that feature cute, talking animals and princesses who marry princes and live happily ever after; they are important texts about German cultural history and they may even give us a glimpse…

Traditional folk fairy tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm and literary fairy tales by Clemens Brentano, E.T.A. Hoffmann, Ludwig Tieck, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué, Michael Ende, and others in social and cultural contexts. Representations of fairy tales in film and TV.…

Part one of an intensive course developing competence in Russian for specific purposes. Engagement with professional materials (lectures, texts, and videos) from a variety of academic subfields to enhance command of lexicon and discourse in a range of professions. Students read, discuss, and…

Part two of an intensive course developing competence in Russian for specific purposes. Engagement with professional materials (lectures, texts, and videos) from a variety of academic subfields to enhance command of lexicon and discourse in a range of professions. Students read, discuss, and…

Independent study and research under the direction of individual faculty members. Repeatable for maximum six hours credit. 

 

Independent study and research under the direction of individual faculty members. Repeatable for a maximum of 6 hours of credit. In order to register for this course, students must devise a program of study in consultation with a faculty member and complete a form available in the Germanic…

Broadly designed around the notion of “Displaced Persons,” the course will focus on the representation of the European transnational experience and questions of cultural difference in 20th-century German literature and film. We will read and discuss poems, plays, novels, and essays by authors…

Designed to improve students' proficiency in spoken Russian. This course is intended to be taken concurrently with another upper-division Russian course, allowing students the opportunity to read and discuss texts in the original language (for courses taught in English) or to provide additional…

In this course, you can expect to refine your command of spoken and written German, developing a more sophisticated range of vocabulary and expressions. A significant part of class time is spent on developing speaking skills. The course investigates three major areas of German culture and…

Advanced language study, combining instruction in grammar, composition, and stylistics with practice in spoken Russian. (Currently offered only on the UGA Study Abroad in Russia program.)

Satisfies Core Area IV (World Languages and Culture).

Advanced study of Russian on professional topics, including reading, composition, extended monologic and dialogic speech, and cultural competence pertaining to the use of Russian and communicating with Russian speakers globally on a range of professional topics.
 

Germany has a long tradition in magic and the occult sciences, whether through its practitioners or its representation in literature. Some of the more well-known historical figures of German-speaking origin who were involved in one way or another in the occult sciences or occult societies…

This course familiarizes students with major developments in German-speaking theater. We will read several of the most enduring and well-loved plays in the German language, with special attention to their dramatic aspects as well as the specific cultural and historical contexts in which they…

Close reading of Leo Tolstoy's greatest novels, "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina." Screening and discussion of film adaptations. All readings and discussions in English. All films in English or with English subtitles. No prerequisites. 

A discussion-oriented survey of the author's literary accomplishments and uniquely multicultural life, from aristocratic Russian childhood to the  impoverishment of European exile and eventual success as an American college professor, butterfly collector and Hollywood screenwriter. …

The cultural context, lives, and works of nineteenth-century Russia's greatest novelists. Close reading of two panoramic masterpieces, "War and Peace" and "The Idiot," interspersed with selected autobiographical writings and short stories. All readings and discussion in English. Film adaptations…

The influence of Islam on Goethe was profound. This course examines various literary responses, such as his "Mahomets Gesang" or the "West-östlicher Divan"; considers how Islamic and Qur'anic thought is reflected elsewhere in his oeuvre; and investigates Muslim responses to Goethe (especially…

Exploration of the language, culture, and autochthonous literature of German-Americans during the peak years of German immigration to the U.S. in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Central themes include bilingualism, cultural contact, and the duality of identity inherent in the immigrant…

An overview of Pushkin's life and oeuvre, with study of works from each major period of artistic creativity: the Lyceum, the period in St. Petersburg, exile in the South and in Mikhailovskoe, his marriage and last years. Readings include selected poetry from all periods, Eugene Onegin, and "The…

Representative works in the original language. Conducted in Russian.
 

In the nineteenth century, Russia witnessed an unprecedented explosion of literary and intellectual activity, a renaissance which yielded some of the greatest masterpieces world literature has seen. In our course we will read short stories and poems that became part of Russian literary canon.…

Representative works in the original language. Conducted in Russian.

Satisfies the Franklin College Literature requirement.

In this course we will explore the relationship between Chekhov-the-prose-writer and Chekhov-the-drama-writer by reading a selection from his prose and dramatic works. Toward the end of the semester, students will choose a selection of Chekhov stories, writing scripts and performing them…

A survey of representative works in contemporary Russian literature, art, and cinema. Discussion of key literary and artistic movements. The political significance of contemporary Russian literature, art, and cinema and the relationship between art and political institutions. Taught in Russian…

The political and literary reception of the French Revolution in Germany. Includes representative literature of German classicism, travelogues and journalistic writings by German Jacobins, and political and sociological essays from 1775 to 1806. Focuses on the relationship between politics and…

Identification and examination of the salient structural similarities and differences between German and English.

Not open to students with credit in GRMN 3280/LING 3280

Identification and examination of the salient structural similarities and differences between German and English.

Not open to students with credit in GRMN 3280/LING 3280

This course focuses on literary and cinematic representations of the Holocaust from postwar to contemporary Germany. The course aims to broaden students’ knowledge of the Holocaust and intends to provide them with a more profound understanding of the complex moral, historical, and aesthetic…

Significant works, authors, topics, genres, or movements in 20th- and 21st-century literature examined within their specific historical contexts.
 

Special topics course that offers a unique look at German culture and language. The course changes from year to year. 

Advanced language study, combining instruction in grammar, composition, and stylistics with practice in spoken Russian.
 

Seminar focusing on specific topics in Slavic languages, literatures, or cultures.

Repeatable for a maximum of 6 hours of credit.

Capstone course for German majors, minors, and advanced students. Selected topics in German literature and culture. Required for German majors.

Survey of major trends in modern Russian society and culture. Discussion of key notions and beliefs that shape these trends. Comparison and analysis of Russians’ worldviews and self- perceptions. The course provides an overview of the political and social dynamics of modern Russia, combined with…

Survey of major trends in modern Russian society and culture. Discussion of key notions and beliefs that shape these trends. Comparison and analysis of Russians’ worldviews and self- perceptions. The course provides an overview of the political and social dynamics of modern Russia, combined with…

Since time immemorial, literary writers and philosophers have engaged in an intense dialogue and intellectual exchange. How have the discourses of literature, poetry, and philosophy mutually influenced and complemented each other? Figures considered may include Plato, Kleist, Hoelderlin,…

Theoretical and applied German phonology and word structure. Taught in English.
Not open to students with credit in GRMN(LING) 6810
 

Theoretical and applied German phonology and word structure. Taught in English.
Not open to students with credit in GRMN(LING) 6810
 

The golden age of Viennese culture, from the fin-de-siecle literature of the cafes to the rise of expressionism, the influence of psychoanalysis, and the ravages of the war. Figures considered include: Mozart, Schubert, the Strauss dynasty, Schnitzler, Hofmannsthal, Mahler, Freud, Wittengenstein…

An exploration of various stages of German and Austrian culture through the visual arts. Attuned to the relation between word and image, we interpret exemplary paintings, poetry and prose from the rich German and Austrian artistic traditions. Figures: Duerer, Friedrich, Klimt, Lasker-Schueler,…

Provides an overview of the extra-linguistic factors that affect language use in historical languages; provides an introduction to conducting sociolinguistic inquiry on linguistic varieties for which direct linguistic evidence is limited. Emphasis is placed on quantifiable methods for…

Designed for students interning at a company with a German- speaking working environment. Students apply and deepen their German language skills and cultural knowledge while gaining hands-on work experience in a professional work/business environment.
Students submit a learning agreement…

This discussion-based course emphasizes active participation in classroom discussion of current events topics and related activities. The expectation is that students enrolled in this course are interested in and aware of current events and that they will inform themselves about current events…

An introduction to Old Church Slavic (OCS), the earliest written Slavic language. Students will learn to read and translate OCS texts. The grammar and phonology of OCS will also be used as a springboard for an introduction to the prehistory of the Slavic language family.

This course is…

Part one of a seminar engaging students in content-based disciplinary study in field of major in Russian. Students work with academic lectures, texts, and videos on advanced topics. Under direction of the instructor, students deliver professional presentations, analyze and discuss texts…

Part two of a seminar engaging students in content-based disciplinary study in field of major in Russian. Students work with academic lectures, texts, and videos on advanced topics. Under direction of the instructor, students deliver professional presentations, analyze and discuss texts…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, and synthesize and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
This course belongs to a…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, and synthesize and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
This course belongs to a…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
This course belongs to a…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, and synthesize and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
These courses belong to a…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, and synthesize and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
These courses belong to a…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
These courses belong to a…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
These courses belong to a…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
These courses belong to a…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
These courses belong to a…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, and synthesize and interpret data. Students will write or produce a thesis or other professional capstone product, such as a report or…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, and synthesize and interpret data. Students will write or produce a thesis or other professional capstone product, such as a report or…

Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data. Students will write or produce a thesis or other professional capstone product, such as a report or…

An introduction to German literary studies. Techniques and methods of interpretation of literary works. Topics include: genres and literary periodization, literary theories, research methods.
 

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