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Graduate seminars in the Germanic Studies program offer a range of topics each semester that enable students to explore specific research areas and introduce them to a variety of critical methodologies for the analysis of literary/cultural texts and visual media. Seminar topics vary annually and are planned to provide many different opportunities for students to explore a wide-range of research questions and to acquire a core body of knowledge in the field.

Spring 2017

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
GER 4001Beginning German for Graduate ResearchSections [4]
GER 4002Beginning German for Graduate ResearchSections [5]
GER 4003Intermediate German for Graduate ResearchSections [4]
GER 4004Intermediate German for Graduate ResearchSections [5]
GER 4040German Play: Oral Interpretation and Performance of GermanSections [1]
GER 5630Topics in German CinemaSections [1]
GER 5993Directed StudiesSections [1]
GER 8230Seminar in 19th-Century German Literature and CultureSections [1]
GER 8741Gothic and Methods of Comparative Reconstruction ISections [1]
GER 8994Directed ResearchSections [1]
Course NumberCourse TitleSections
GSD 8333FTE: Master'sSections [1]
GSD 8444FTE: DoctoralSections [1]
GSD 8666Doctoral Pre-Thesis CreditsSections [1]
GSD 8888Thesis Credit: DoctoralSections [1]

Fall 2017

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
GER 4001Beginning German for Graduate ResearchSections [6]
GER 4002Beginning German for Graduate ResearchSections [2]
GER 4003Intermediate German for Graduate ResearchSections [6]
GER 4004Intermediate German for Graduate ResearchSections [5]
GER 5011Advanced Conversation and CompositionSections [1]
GER 5721Introduction to Middle High GermanSections [1]
GER 5993Directed StudiesSections [2]
GER 8994Directed ResearchSections [1]
Course NumberCourse TitleSections
GSD 5103Teaching of Germanic LanguagesSections [1]
GSD 8001Approaches to Textual AnalysisSections [1]
GSD 8333FTE: Master'sSections [1]
GSD 8444FTE: DoctoralSections [1]
GSD 8666Doctoral Pre-Thesis CreditsSections [1]
GSD 8888Thesis Credit: DoctoralSections [1]