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GER 100: Introduction to Germanic Cultures and Literatures
Introductory texts on culture and literature of German-speaking countries are studied in the context of their European and international significance. Creative Arts, and World Cultures course.
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GER 101: Elementary German I
Introductory exposure to language and culture of German-speaking countries with use of current materials. 
Professors: Hammer-Aldana, R; Kim, R; Kohler, S; (more)
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GER 102: Elementary German II
Continuation of GER 101. Increased exposure to language and culture of German-speaking countries, with use of current materials. 
Professors: Mekonen, C; Roth, V; Schaefer, D
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GER 103: Intermediate German I
Continuation of GER 102 or GER 106. Intensive exposure to the language and culture of German-speaking countries, with use of current materials. 
Professors: Linton, M
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GER 104: Intermediate German II
Continuation of GER 103. Final intensive exposure to the language and culture of German-speaking countries, with use of current materials. 
Professors: Kauder, E; Kowalczyk, K
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GER 120: Study of Gender, Class, and Political Issues in German Texts
Portrayal of relationships between men and women, classes, and political interest groups in German literature. Individual and Society, and World Cultures course.
Professors: Kohler, S; Tantillo, A
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GER 125: Diaspora, Exile, Genocide: Aspects of the European Jewish Experience in Literature and Film.
Literature and films on European Jewish responses to anti-Semitism and persecution in a historical context to reveal the condition of post-Enlightenment German-speaking Jewish and Yiddish-speaking societies. Past, and World Cultures course.
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GER 211: Introduction to Advanced Language Study
Advanced training on effective communication, reading, and writing strategies based on authentic written and oral texts. Emphasis on refining accuracy of expression and comprehension of complex syntactic structures. 
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GER 212: Advanced German II
Advanced training on effective communication, reading and writing strategies based on authentic written and oral texts. Emphasis on refining accuracy of expression. 
Professors: Lanzetta, K
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GER 217: German Cinema
German cinema as communication and art; its production, reception and ideological perspectives. Creative Arts, and World Cultures course.
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