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GRST102Elementary German
GRST214Practice in Speaking and Writing German
GRST231Reading Theories
GRST239Wagner and Modernism
GRST250Cultural Criticism and Aesthetic Theory: Walter Benjamin and Theodor Adorno
GRST253The New German Cinema
GRST263The Goethe and the Kafka Effect
GRST276Inventing the Criminal: Literature and Criminality
GRST278Fear and Pity: German Tragedies from the 18th to the 20th Century
GRST287German Aesthetic Theory
GRST299Going Too Far: Transgressive Texts (Seminar in German Studies)
GRST301Advanced Seminar in German Literature
GRST363Realism and Reality: German Prose, 1848-1898
GRST381Viennese Modernism
GRST384Lust and Disgust in Austrian Literature Since 1945
GRST385Kafka: Literature, Law, and Power
GRST390Weimar Modernism and the City of Berlin


Spring 2012 Courses Not Offered       Summer Session       Winter Session       Home       Archive       Search       GRST
GRST101Elementary German
GRST211Intermediate German
GRST217German Culture Today
GRST252From Caligari to Hitler: Weimar Cinema in Context
GRST263The Goethe and the Kafka Effect
GRST264Kafka and Jesus
GRST268Understanding Modernity: Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud
GRST273Sex and Text in Freud's Vienna
GRST275Twilight of Modernity: Art and Culture in the Weimar Republic
GRST281Auerbach's Mimesis and the Novel in Recent History
GRST286Irony and Imagination: Romantic Revolutions in Literature, Music, Art, and Thought
GRST290Poetry and Philosophy
GRST291Genius and Madness
GRST292Ghostly Doubles: Romantic Storytelling and Early German Film
GRST299Going Too Far: Transgressive Texts (Seminar in German Studies)
GRST301Advanced Seminar in German Literature
GRST340Goethe, Poet of the Germans (Goethe und kein Ende)
GRST345Heinrich von Kleist: Literature of Terror, Language of Destruction
GRST381Viennese Modernism
GRST383Kafka and Viennese Modernism
GRST384Lust and Disgust in Austrian Literature Since 1945
GRST390Weimar Modernism and the City of Berlin

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