Myth and Fairy Tales in Germany (HUMN*3020 ) | College of Arts

Myth and Fairy Tales in Germany (HUMN*3020 )

Code and section: HUMN*3020 *01

Term: Winter 2017

Instructor: tba

Details

Description:
The course explores the role of mythology, fairy tales and legends in late 18th and 19th century German literature and culture through a selection of representative texts viewed in the context of socio-political and cultural developments. Lectures and texts are in English. Students enrolled in Germ* 3020 will have a weekly 1 hour seminar conducted in German and will be required to read some texts in German.

 

Learning Objectives
Given that students invest the time and effort necessary, at the end of the course they should be able to:
•    conduct research on a given topic, that is
    find relevant sources
    assess their reliability
    extract the information needed
•    collate the findings of their research and their analysis of these  in a cohesive
    report
•    read and interpret a literary text
•    formulate arguments about literary texts with appropriate proofs

Method:      
Lectures and class discussions. Humn*3020:  3 hours/week;
                                                Germ*3020:   1 additional hour/week.

Calendar course descriptions with pre-requisites and restrictions can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar