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German and Slavic Languages and Literature

426 Dey Hall, CB# 3160
(919) 966-1642

NOTE: Auditing is not permitted.

First Session, 2022

GERM 102 Advanced Elementary German (4)

This continuation of GERM 101 emphasizes speaking, listening, reading, writing in a cultural context. Students enhance their basic vocabulary and grammar and will regularly communicate in German about everyday topics. One afternoon meeting per week.

GERM 203 Intermediate German (3)

Students acquire necessary materials and opportunities to develop further their language skills in a cultural context. They review and expand upon the basic grammar covered in beginning German.
GSLL 265 Hitler in Hollywood: Cinematic Representations of Nazi Germany (3)

MAYMESTER. An examination of selected cinematic representations (both American and German) of Nazi Germany in terms of their aesthetic properties and propagandistic value. Films with English subtitles; readings and discussions in English.

GSLL 271 Vampires and Empires (3)

An examination of the vampire in the visual and verbal cultures of Central and Eastern Europe, and the popular adaptation of “vampirism” in the West. All materials and discussions in English.

RUSS 101 Basic Russian Communication I (4)

Essential basics of Russian for everyday conversations. Lays foundation for development of four language skills (speaking, writing, listening, and reading) indispensable for communication on everyday topics in a variety of contexts. Fosters interaction through acquisition of essential communicative and conversational strategies. Introduces learners to structure of contemporary standard Russian through culturally relevant materials. One afternoon meeting per week.

RUSS 203 Intermediate Russian Communication I (3)

Transitional skills for fluent speaking, writing, listening, and reading for intermediate learners. Furthers learners’ competency for communication on everyday topics. Prepares learners for communication on subjects beyond their immediate needs. Expands interactive skillset necessary to maintain conversations and present individual opinions using complex structures. Employs adapted and non-adapted learning materials to promote mastery of contemporary standard Russian.

Second Session, 2022

GERM 203 Intermediate German (3)
Students acquire necessary materials and opportunities to develop further their language skills in a cultural context. They review and expand upon the basic grammar covered in beginning German.

RUSS 102 Basic Russian Communication II (4)

Further basics of Russian for everyday conversations. Continues to lay the foundation for development of four language skills (speaking, writing, listening, and reading) indispensable for communication on everyday topics in a variety of situational contexts. Fosters further interaction through acquisition of essential communicative and conversational strategies active in contemporary standard Russian through culturally relevant materials. One afternoon meeting per week.

RUSS 204 Intermediate Russian Communication II (3)

Skills for fluent speaking, writing, listening, and reading for intermediate-to-advanced learners. Develops and deepens learners’ mastery of contemporary standard Russian. Stresses communication, individual expression, and fosters cultural sensitivity through systematic expansion of learners’ ability to conduct conversations in contemporary standard Russian on a widening variety of culturally relevant subjects.

GERM 992 Master’s (Non-Thesis) (3)

GERM 994 Doctoral Dissertation (3)