Description: Morphemic theory and its application to modern German.
Prerequisites: GERM 805 or permission
Recommended for graduate students in German.
Description: Application of linguistic theory to teaching or learning German as a second language.
Prerequisites: Permission or GERM 302 for German majors.
Description: Development of German vernacular literature during the Middle Ages. Include works that represent the philosophical/religious literature, the heroic epic, and the romance.
Description: Grammar to attain reading knowledge of Middle High German/translation of excerpts from a variety of Middle High German texts.
Description: Humanism, Reformation, and Baroque.
Description: Representative authors of the Enlightenment, Empfindsamkeit, and Storm and Stress.
Description: Representative authors of the Romantic movement.
Description: A survey of the major literary currents, authors, works, influences in German-speaking countries in the first half of the nineteenth century, excluding Romanticism, which is treated in GERM 448/848. The main concern of the course will be a careful examination of many aspects of "Biedermeier" and "Das Junge Deutschland," the two major movements of the time.
Description: A survey of the major literary currents, authors, works, influences in German-speaking countries in the second half of the nineteenth century. The main concern of the course will be a careful examination of Poetic Realism and Naturalism, the two major movements in this half of the century.
Description: Critical survey of the major literary currents from the turn of the century to the end of World War I.
Description: Critical survey of German literature from 1918 to 1945.
Description: Critical survey of the development of epic and lyric poetry from the beginning to the present time.
Description: Relationship between literature and contemporary thought from the eighteenth century to the present.
Description: Critical survey of major literary currents in the West since 1945.
Description: Representative works.
Description: Critical study. Lectures, assigned readings, and reports.
Description: Consideration of topics in the area of language, literature, and civilization.
Prerequisites: Admission to masters degree program and permission of major adviser.
Prerequisites: GERM 807 or permission
Description: Training in descriptive, comparative, and historical linguistics.
Description: The classical period, Klopstock, Wieland, Lessing, Herder, Schiller, Goethe. Subject to be selected.
Description: Tendencies of German literature during the last 50 years.
Description: Examines recent and classic scholarship on German and Central European History. Covers different periods, topics, and regions depending on professor¿s expertise. Letter grade only.
Description: Individual research projects on a literary or philological problem in areas not covered by seminars or thesis.
Prerequisites: Admission to doctoral degree program and permission of supervisory committee chair