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GER 201 - Intermediate German I

age at di erent moments in German cultural history, students will build on the foundation established in first-year German to develop further their abilities as readers, writers, and speakers of German.

GER 202 - Intermediate German II Spring, Summer (Vienna). The second of the two-course sequence
GER 202 - Intermediate German II
Spring, Summer (Vienna). The second of the two-course sequence (201-202) that explores how
diff erent societal factors have a ff ected German-speaking young adults coming of age and draws
comparisons with comings of age in English language cultures. Through this focus on coming of
age at di ff erent moments in German cultural history, students will build on the foundation
established in first-year German to develop further their abilities as readers, writers, and speakers of
German.
GER 210 - German For Read Comprehension Fall. Intended for graduate students and others who
GER 210 - German For Read Comprehension
Fall. Intended for graduate students and others who wish to concentrate on learning to read
German. No previous knowledge of German is required.
GER 211 - Intensive - Inter German Content identical to 201 and 202 but taught
GER 211 - Intensive - Inter German
Content identical to 201 and 202 but taught intensively in one semester.
GER 218 - Nazi Germany Course off ers an overview of the origins, development, and
GER 218 - Nazi Germany
Course off ers an overview of the origins, development, and outcomes of National Socialism. It
covers: the rise of Nazi Party, establishment of dictatorship, emergence of racial state, life of Jews
and social outsiders, road to war, WWII, occupation of Europe, resistance, euthanasia, the
Holocaust.

GER 230 - Yiddish Culture

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