Fall Course Highlights
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Courses in English
-Professor David Powelstock
COML 150B - Critique of Erotic Reason
-Professor Stephen Dowden
CHIN 100A - Introduction to Chinese Literature: Desire and Form
Introduces Chinese literature, focusing primarily on Chinese "classical" literary traditions and their metamorphosis in modern times. Taught in English. No Chinese language capabilities required.
-Professor Pu Wang
RUS 10A - Beginning Russian I
For students who have had no previous study of Russian. The four-skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) introduction to the Russian language with the focus on developing oral proficiency early on. A systematic presentation of the basic grammar and vocabulary of the language within the context of Russian culture.
-Professor Irina Dubinina
GER106B - Migration, Kultur, Synergie
Prerequisite GER 30B.
Investigates the experience of refugees and immigrants in present-day Germany and discusses processes of social transformation. Through fictional and non-fictional texts and film, we gain an understanding of their cultural, economic, political and artistic contributions and of cross-cultural collaborations.
-Professor Sabine von Mering
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- German Studies Events
- Russian Studies Events
- Chinese Language Program
- Japanese Language Program
- Korean Language Program