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Last approved: Tue, 04 Jun 2019 16:26:25 GMT

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Richard Dunn dunnr Director of Course Management and Student Records School of Arts and Sciences The College
Fall 2019 (Deactivations ONLY)
Spring 2019
This course will provide an introduction to German-language literary studies through exemplary readings of short forms: fables, fairy tales, aphorisms, stories, novellas, feuilletons, poems, songs, radio plays, film clips, web projects and others. Paying particular attention to how emergent technology influences genre, we will trace an evolution from Minnesang to rock songs, from early print culture to the internet age and from Handschrift to hypertext. Students will have ample opportunity to improve their spoken and written German through class discussion and a series of internet-based assignments. Readings and discussions in German.

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Sector IV - Humanities and Social Science


Sector V - Living World


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Sector VII - Natural Sciences and Mathematics


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