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German Studies Courses 2017-18

We hope everybody’s having a great Spring Break! With advising week and registration period coming up we wanted to share what courses German Studies will offer in the coming academic year. If you just participated in a Journeys course and were reminded of the importance of foreign languages in any global learning endeavor, consider picking up German as a language that opens doors into a broad range of international careers. If you are already studying another language, you might be interested in our upper-level interdisciplinary courses taught in English (German 330 and German 220.) These courses satisfy various global learning requirements, lend themselves to become the foundation of your global specialization, and also offer important cultural and historical context for current global political developments. These courses are also open for first-year students! For any questions about these courses, please contact Prof. Gundolf Graml (ggraml[at]agnesscott.edu). Click here for pdf versions of the course descriptions.

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About GG

Gundolf Graml is Associate Prof. and Dir. of German Studies at Agnes Scott College. He has a Ph.D. in German Studies from the University of Minnesota and has published articles on German and Austrian film and tourism. He is currently writing a book about tourism and Austrian national identity after 1945. Other research projects include critical whiteness studies and, most recently, investigations into the connection between memory and nature. At ASC, Gundolf Graml teaches courses on a broad range of topics, from German 101 to German and Austrian Cinema and Afro-German History and Culture.

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