Centre for Extended Learning(CEL)
East Campus 3 (EC3)
195 Columbia St. W.
|Course Code||GER 272|
|Course Title||German Thought and Culture: People|
An exploration of key figures whose contributions to the arts and intellectual life have shaped German-speaking society and culture. Persons to be studied might include Friedrich Nietzsche, Sigmund Freud, Leni Riefenstahl, and Hannah Arendt. Students acquire skills in cultural analysis and learn about major developments in literature, philosophy, religion, art, architecture, and music. [Note: Taught in English.]
Typical terms may not reflect online offerings.
|Course Work and Exam||Fall 2020 course outline (note 2)|
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|Fees||Tuition Fees, Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Awards|
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