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Course Offerings for Fall 2013
COML 150B Critique of Erotic Reason
Sabine von Mering
GER 30A (sections 1 and 2) Intermediate German
GECS 130B The Princess and the Golem: Fairy Tales
GER 10A (sections 1 and 2) Beginning German
GER 109B Meisterwerke Deutscher Kurzprosa
Electives for the German program are divided into courses taught in German and courses taught in English translation. This approach allows students to study German literature and culture at an advanced level without having to first reach full fluency in the language. Those who pursue the German major are encouraged to take as many of their upper-level courses in German as possible.
COURSES CROSS-LISTED In GERMAN STUDIES
PHIL 168A - Kant - Robert Greenberg
PHIL 182A - Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations - Eli Hirsch, William Flesh
NEJS 137A - The Destruction of European Jewry - Antony Polonsky