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The Classroom Experience
Seminars include the works of authors and thinkers such as Christa Wolf, Nietzsche, and Kafka, as well as films and music by contemporaries such as Fatih Akin and Tokio Hotel, while both investigating the impact of German history and politics on present-day society and exploring German social movements, scientific innovations, and cultural creations that have transformed world history. We have tips for selecting courses, including a list of upcoming courses. The search for classes has the most up to date course listings.
Black, Jewish, and Muslim Cultures in Germany: Intersectionalities of Othering (GRMST-221NT)
(GRMST-221): In German! The 20th Century and its aftermath...discuss.
(GRMST-201): Deepen your command of the German language.
(GRMST-223): How does space shape memory and identity?
Transnational and Trans-disciplinary German Studies (GRMST-325)
(GRMST-223MG): Topics in German Studies: Migration, Identity and Place in German Cultures
(GRMST-231GW): How has "work" (and our concept of it) evolved? Explore the social and individual consequences of our changing notions of work.
(GRMST-223GM-01): Investigate the continuing debates surrounding migration, citizenship, and belonging in modern Europe.
(GRMST-221DE): German cultural production (textual and visual representation) through the lens of decolonial practices.
(GRMST-215): Practice makes perfect!
(GRMST-115): Have you ever thought about doing research or an internship in Germany? This course is for you!
(GRMST-223MV-01): Scary films, creepy characters - in German!
(GRMST-223): Snapshots of Berlin highlight the complicated path this city has taken throughout the 20th century.
(GRMST-101/102): Learn to read, write, and speak the language of some of history's greatest thinkers.
This course examines historical, cultural, and political developments from 1870-71 to 1933. Taught in German.
Remembering the Holocaust in Global Perspectives (GRMST-231HC)
Germans do have a sense of humor. This course analyzes how the German language acts as a gateway to accessing a culture rich in satire, irony and comedy.
(GRMST-331, FLMST-370): An exploration of European cinema.
(GRMST-231EM): From Marx to Butler, vulnerable bodies and theoretical constructs.
(GRMST-231WN): From utopia to nightmare, explore this fascinating period of cinematic history.
What is going on in Europe, and what will it mean? In this introduction to European Studies, analyze the forces at work on this dynamic continent.
(GRMST-103-01): Two semesters in one!
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