GER 331 X - Intro to German Literature
Introductory study of representative works (prose, drama, lyric) by outstanding German, Austrian, and Swiss writers of the modern period. Course Information: Prerequisite: Two years of college German or equivalent.
Exploration of German culture, history, and literature from the late eighteenth century (Enlightenment) to the present. Our texts engage with reason and madness, love and sexuality, technology and modernization, justice and guilt, community and identity. To better understand the historical and cultural contexts in which these texts were produced, we will draw on paintings, photography, philosophy, social and political history, and film.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate