Recent Graduate Seminars

Below is a list of our recent graduate courses. For more information about our graduate courses, both past and present, please contact our Director of Graduate Studies, Erin McGlothlin

Spring 2018

GER 528 Literary Seminar: Media and Experiment
Instructor: Beals

GER 529 Seminar in Cultural Theory: Rethinking Democratic Representation
Instructor: Diehl

 

Fall 2017

GER 520 The Art of Storytelling in Medieval German Literature
Instructor: Schneider

GER 526 Strangers Among Us: Empire and its Discontents, 1871-1912
Instructor: Tatlock

GER 528 Between Transmission and Transgression - Representing the Holocaust
Instructor: McGlothlin

GER 529 Seminar in Cultural Theory: The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity
Instructor: Erlin

 

Spring 2017

GER 521 Seminar in Reformation and Humanism: From Volksbuch to Novel - Vom Volksbuch zum Roman
Instructor: Williams

GER 525 Seminar in Romanticism: Kleist in Context
Instructor: Lützeler

GER 528 Literary Seminar: Contentious Cinema - German Film Culture after Unification
Instructor: Kapczynski

 

Fall 2016

GER 526 Seminar Literature of the 19th Century: To Market: German and Austrian Women Writers (1860-1932)
Instructor: Tatlock

GER 529 Seminar in Cultural Theory: Vienna 1900
Instructor: Kita

GER 551 Methods of Literary Study: The Theory and Practice of Literary Translation
Instructor: Williams
 

Spring 2016

GER 4225 European Utopian Settlements in the American Midwest (1814-1865): Diversity and Antislavery
Instructor: Lützeler

GER 521 Seminar in Reformation and Humanism: Travel Literature of the Early Modern Period (1400-1800)
Instructor: Williams, Ottmar Ette

GER 524 Seminar Literature of the Late 18th Century: Goethe and the Idea of the Novel
Instructor: Erlin
 

Fall 2015

GER 435 German Literature and Fascism: German and Austrian Exile Literatures 1933-1945
Instructor: Lützeler

GER 453 Theories of LIterary and Cultural Analysis: Narrative Theory: A Critical and Analytical Toolbox
Instructor: McGlothlin

GER 526 Seminar Literature of the 19th Century: The Literary Imagination and the German Bourgeoisie
Instructor: Tatlock
 

Spring 2015

GER 527 Crisis! A Calamitous Survey of German Literature and Film
Instructor: Kapczynski

GER 529 Seminar in Cultural Theory: The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity
Instructor: Erlin
 

Fall 2014

GER 4901 Major Film Directors: (Inter)national Legends: Lang Herzog Petzold
Instructor: Kapczynski

GER 526 Seminar Literature of the 19th Century: Crime, Violence, and Community and their Literary Genres
Instructor: Tatlock

GER 528 Literary Seminar: Transmission and Transgression: Representing the Holocaust
Instructor: McGlothlin
 

Spring 2014

GER 525 Seminar in Romanticism: German Romanticism: Novels and Stories
Instructor: Lützeler

GER 527 National Socialism and the Holocaust in Literature and Films from Germany
Instructor: Kramer
 

Fall 2013

GER 524 Seminar in Literature of the Late 18th Century: Goethe's Faust
Instructor: Erlin

GER 526 "A Stranger Among Us" - National Culture and its Discontents 1868-1912
Instructor: Tatlock

GER 527 Seminar in Literature of the 20th Century: Kino-Culture: Ways of Seeing German Cinema
Instructor: Kapczynski