AP/HUMA3600 3.0 A: Berlin in German Lit. & Culture

Offered by: HUMA


Summer 2020


Cancelled: Course Delivery




ONLN (Fully Online)

Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course highlights the following periods in the story of modern Berlin: Golden Twenties: 1945 and the end of Hitler's Reich; 1949-1989, when as a divided city, Berlin was caught in the tug-of-war between East and West; and the present post-wall period in which it is the capital of a united Germany. Note: Language of instruction: English, all readings in English, however, students enrolling through German, are required to complete most readings in German and write some assignments in German. Note: For students enrolling through Humanities there is no prerequisite; knowledge of German is not required. Course credit exclusion: AP/GER 4600 3.00.

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