German Undergraduate Winter Courses

Winter 2018. Courses subject to change.
German 1G. Intro to Reading German 
German 2. Elementary German.
German 5. Intermediate German.
German 35. The Making of the Modern World
Wolf Kittler
Description and analysis of decisive events contributing to the world we are inhabiting. Various themes presented: City planning, war and industrial warfare, technology and media-technology, ideologies of modernity, and modern master theories  
German 101B. Advanced German.
Kelsey White
Speaking, listening, reading, and writing on an advanced level, while exploring contemporary German culture. Systematic review of grammar material. Additional focus on vocabulary building. Written and oral discussions based on newspaper articles, literary texts, German films, and websites. Topics will vary by quarter.
German 107A.  History of Culture.
Gisela Kommerell
Careful and close readings from the cultural history of German speaking countries. Materials, which may be revised each academic year, include documents from literature, philosophy, art, music, architecture, science, politics, and law. Taught in German.
German 190. Senior Seminar: Eco-Critisism & Sustainibility in German Culture.
Elisabeth Weber
Intensive advanced seminar on topic determined on quarterly basis. Taught in German.
German 210. Graduate Seminar in Literary Theory and Criticism
Kade Visiting Professor
Topics in music and literature. For advanced undergraduates only.