Listed in: German, as GERM-312
Formerly listed as: GERM-12
Anna K Schrade (Section 01)
This course revolves around sites of memory related to German history – “Erinnerungsorte deutscher Geschichte.” It is based on discussion and close analysis of a wide range of cultural materials, including selections from all types of media. Materials will be analyzed both for their linguistic features and as cultural documents. Textual analysis includes study of vocabulary, style, and selected points of advanced grammar. The class includes round-table discussions, oral reports, and structured composition exercises that enable students to navigate German language and culture successfully. Conducted in German. Three class hours per week, plus an additional hour in small TA-sections. Requisite: GERM 210 or equivalent.
Students and teacher interface using Zoom, Google drive, and Moodle. A flexible MWF 50-minute Zoom meeting accommodates class and group sessions that include German beats in the waiting room.
Fall semester. Lecturer Schrade.