Nov 15, 2019  
Undergraduate Record 2018-2019 
    
Undergraduate Record 2018-2019 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Course Descriptions


 

German

   •  GERM 3340 - German and Austrian Culture, ca. 1900
   •  GERM 3350 - Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany
   •  GERM 3510 - Topics in German Culture
   •  GERM 3515 - Postwar German Culture
   •  GERM 3526 - Topics in Business German:
   •  GERM 3590 - Topics in German Literature
   •  GERM 3610 - Lyric Poetry
   •  GERM 3620 - Novelle
   •  GERM 3630 - Drama
   •  GERM 3660 - Romanticism
   •  GERM 3680 - Postwar Literature
   •  GERM 3700 - Bertolt Brecht
   •  GERM 4450 - Advanced Composition and Conversation
   •  GERM 4600 - Fourth-Year Seminar
   •  GERM 4990 - Honors Thesis
   •  GERM 4993 - Independent Study
   •  GERM 4995 - Honors Research and Thesis
   •  GERM 4998 - Honors Research and Thesis
   •  GERM 4999 - Honors Research and Thesis

German in Translation

   •  GETR 2770 - Berlin and the Geography of Memory
   •  GETR 3330 - Introduction to German Studies
   •  GETR 3352 - Modern German History
   •  GETR 3372 - German Jewish Culture and History
   •  GETR 3380 - Jewish Humor
   •  GETR 3390 - Nazi Germany
   •  GETR 3391 - The Idea of the University
   •  GETR 3400 - German Intellectual History from Leibniz to Hegel
   •  GETR 3410 - Nietzsche and Modern Literature
   •  GETR 3420 - German Intellectual History From Nietzsche to the Present
   •  GETR 3462 - Neighbors and Enemies
   •  GETR 3470 - Literature of the Holocaust
   •  GETR 3490 - Ibsen
   •  GETR 3500 - German Cinema
   •  GETR 3505 - History and Fiction, Topics
   •  GETR 3550 - Children’s Literature
   •  GETR 3560 - Topics in German Literature
   •  GETR 3561 - The Frankfurt School and its American legacy
   •  GETR 3562 - New German Cinema
   •  GETR 3563 - Spiritual Journeys in Young Adult Fiction
   •  GETR 3566 - Topics in film
   •  GETR 3580 - German Literature in Translation
   •  GETR 3590 - Course(s) in English
   •  GETR 3600 - Faust
   •  GETR 3610 - Film under Fascism: Ideology and Entertainment
   •  GETR 3620 - World Cinema
   •  GETR 3692 - The Holocaust
   •  GETR 3695 - The Holocaust and the Law
   •  GETR 3710 - Kafka and His Doubles
   •  GETR 3720 - Freud and Literature
   •  GETR 3730 - Modern Poetry: Rilke, Valéry and Stevens
   •  GETR 3740 - Narratives of Childhood
   •  GETR 3750 - Women, Childhood, Autobiography
   •  GETR 3760 - Ways of Telling Stories: Eighteenth-Century Fiction
   •  GETR 3770 - Women Writers: Women on Women
   •  GETR 3780 - Memory Speaks
   •  GETR 4493 - Independent Study

Global Development Studies

   •  GDS 1100 - Useful Knowledge in the Local & Global Community
   •  GDS 2020 - Global Culture, Commerce, and Travel
   •  GDS 2100 - Developing Community-Based Projects
   •  GDS 2291 - Global Culture and Public Health
   •  GDS 3010 - Global Development, Theories and Case Studies, Part One
   •  GDS 3020 - Global Development, Theories and Case Studies, Part Two
   •  GDS 3050 - Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
   •  GDS 3100 - Development on the Ground
   •  GDS 3110 - Engaged Learning for Global/Local Development
   •  GDS 3111 - Technology and Cross-Cultural Exchanges in Global History
   •  GDS 3112 - Ecology and Globalization in the Age of European Expansion
   •  GDS 3113 - A Buddhist Approach to Development
   •  GDS 3114 - Science, Technology and Development
   •  GDS 3250 - MotherLands: Landscapes of Hunger, Futures of Plenty
   •  GDS 3820 - Global Ethics & Climate Change
   •  GDS 4825 - Development Practice: Social Enterprises in Bangladesh
   •  GDS 4951 - University Museums Internship
   •  GDS 4952 - University Museums Internship
   •  GDS 4991 - Fourth-Year Seminar
   •  GDS 4993 - Independent Study

Global Studies-Global Studies

   •  GSGS 2010 - Global Commerce in Culture
   •  GSGS 2210 - Epidemics, Pandemics, and History
   •  GSGS 2211 - Environment, Health, and Development in Africa
   •  GSGS 2310 - Intercultural Communication: Italy in Sienese and Sicilian Contexts
   •  GSGS 3030 - Global Cultural Studies
   •  GSGS 3110 - US Military Experience and International Development
   •  GSGS 3111 - Global Studies Epistemology, Methodology & Methods
   •  GSGS 3112 - Global Perspectives on Corruption
   •  GSGS 3115 - Work, Women’s Work and Women Workers in South Asia
   •  GSGS 3116 - Social Movements and Development
   •  GSGS 3120 - Engineering, Public Health, & Development: An Interdisciplinary Exploration
   •  GSGS 3210 - Making Culture Visible While Studying Abroad (Pre-departure)
   •  GSGS 3220 - Making Culture Visible While Studying Abroad (During Abroad)
   •  GSGS 3230 - Making Culture Visible While Studying Abroad (After Return)
   •  GSGS 3365 - Conscious Social Change: Contemplation and Innovation for Social Change
   •  GSGS 3675 - Museums and Cultural Representation in Quebec
   •  GSGS 3690 - City and Modernity
   •  GSGS 4821 - The Culture of London Past and Present
   •  GSGS 4961 - Education Abroad Advising and Administration I
   •  GSGS 4962 - Education Abroad Advising and Administration II
   •  GSGS 4993 - Independent Study

Global Studies-Middle East & South Asia

   •  GSMS 3010 - The Global in Situ: Perspectives from the Middle East and South Asia
   •  GSMS 4991 - Fourth-year Seminar

Global Studies-Security and Justice

   •  GSSJ 3010 - Global Issues of Security and Justice
 

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