Prerequisites: Junior standing
Description: Life and thought of significant figures and schools of thought in the Reformation period
German majors expected to read the works in German translation and to write their papers in German. Non-German majors read the works in English translation.
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: The Divina Commeddia and some minor works; extensive readings in the social background of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
Prerequisites: Junior standing.
Description: Major Russian thinkers from 1700 to the present. Focus on the evolution of ideas in the Russian context and the relationship between Russian and European thought.
Description: Lecture and discussion about important figures and movements in the history of literary theory. Reading of representative texts to develop a critical lexicon. Bibliographic and methodological component, tailored to needs of modern language students, and required of all graduate students.
Prerequisites: Junior standing.
Description: Provide students with real, in-depth experience in collaboratively creating digital humanities projects. Guided by faculty with expertise in a broad range of digital humanities methods and resources, students work in teams to tackle challenges proposed by UNL researchers and/or local and regional humanities organizations.
Description: Theoretical and practical aspects of second language teaching and learning with special emphasis on the application of principles of applied linguistics along with related disciplines of education to structured teaching and learning situations. MODL 880, or its equivalent, is required of all graduate students in modern languages. It does not qualify as a course for Nebraska State Teacher Certification.
Description: Examination of curriculum design and language program direction for foreign/second language learning.
Description: Topics vary.
Description: Active participation in an ongoing digital humanities project in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, including weekly meetings designed to build technical and project management skills.
Description: Invention of the nineteenth century, gender, colonialism, class, realism science and technology.
Description: Introduction to the nineteenth century in North America (focusing on the US), Great Britain, and Europe (focusing on France, Germany, Russia, and Spain), organized through themes such as constructions of gender and sexuality, democracy in the nation-state, and challenges to religion.
Description: Methods, theories, and practices of digital humanities scholarship.
Description: Methods and state of research in the disciplines--art, music, literature, language, history, philosophy--dealing with the Renaissance. Assistance in independent reading and research in subjects related to the student's own research interests. Taught jointly by faculty members in art, music, theatre, English, history, classics, modern languages, and philosophy.