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Join us for a live online information session to talk about programs in Germanic & Slavic Studies, including the cross-departmental Minor in Cultural Identities (CI). Bring questions about German, Dutch, Russian, Croatian, and CI courses, about exchange opportunities, and about how learning languages can support your personal and professional goals.

When: Tuesday, March 12, and Thursday, March 14, 2024, from 1pm to 2pm

Join meetings here

Or email the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Studies office for more information.

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Germanic & Slavic Studies is offering the following courses in the Spring 2022 term (May to August 2022):

GER 101 online: Elementary German 1 
GER 102 online: Elementary German 2

DUTCH 101 online: Elementary Dutch 1
DUTCH 102 online: Elementary Dutch 2

RUSS 101 on-campus: Elementary Russian 1
Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:00pm to 5:20pm

Learn more about programs in Germanic & Slavic Studies (German, Dutch, Russian and East European Studies, including Cultural Identities), exchange opportunities, and how Languages can boost your career.
Virtual Declare your Major / Minor info session.

Monday, March 7, 2022, from noon to 12:45pm and
Monday, March 14, 2022, from 1:15pm to 2:00pm

The Department of Germanic & Slavic Studies offers German language courses at all levels - from beginners to advanced language courses. Many of these offerings are designed as flexible online courses.

Students who already have some German-language skills or students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability should contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office for enrollment advice.

Winter 2022
GER 101 - on-campus and online
GER 102 - on-campus and online
GER 201 - on-campus

GER 383 - Culture in the Third Reich: Racism, Resistance, Legacy: An examination of German culture during the Nazi period (1933-1945). The course will analyze representations of Nazi ideology in the arts (film, art, architecture, and propaganda), the literature of exile and "inner emigration," and the impact of the Nazi legacy on post-war German culture.

Taught in English.