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82-324 Contemporary Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Department:Modern Languages
Prerequisites:82-222 or 82-323 or 82-325
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This course advances proficiency in communicative and grammatical skills in the German language and knowledge of German-speaking cultures through the study of important events, trends, and people of contemporary Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Examples will be drawn from literature, newspapers, television, film and other sources. Students will be expected to complete assignments that demonstrate the ability to express critical judgments in both written and oral form, documented through readings and personal research. Prerequisite: 82-222 or approved equivalent.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 9:00 - 10:20 am T Brockmann DH 1209 Add course to my schedule
R Brockmann DH 1209

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