The Holocaust in Text, Image, and Memory

GER 371 XV


Instructor permission is required for this section. Section XV is 4 credits. 

Course Description

Examination of such topics as the origins and expressions of Anti-Semitism in central Europe, the political events and structures of the Holocaust, the reality of ghettos and concentration camps, the impact of technological modernization on the Final Solution, and resistance to the Nazis. Materials will include non-fictional texts, literature, art, and music. Three credits: English, open to all students. Four credits: required for German major credit, supplementary readings and compositions in German. Four credits: required for German concentration credit, supplementary readings and compositions in German.

VAR credits

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William Carter

Registration Information

Course Dept
GER
Course Number
371
Section
XV
Credit Hours
VAR
Semester
Fall 2017
Dates
Aug 21 - Dec 15
Prerequisites
Sophomore classification. For fourth credit, 6 credits in German at the 300 level
Max Enrollment
10
Delivery Fee
$200.00 *
Delivery Type
Face-to-face **
* Delivery Fee is additional to Tuition & Fees.

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