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In order to foster intellectual exchange on topics related to our teaching and pedagogy, the Goethe Society is offering a compilation of syllabi that address aspects of eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century German culture. Members are invited to submit syllabi for past, present, and future courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Courses that treat any aspect of the cultural and intellectual history of the period, whether as their sole focus or as part of a broader investigation, are welcome.

If you would like to contribute, please send your syllabus, either in the form of a Word document or a PDF file, to the webmaster. Be sure to include contact information on the syllabus, in case colleagues are interested in getting in touch with you to ask questions or exchange ideas, and indicate whether the course is an undergraduate or graduate course.
  

  
Syllabi
 

October 10, 2011

 
 

Date

Author

Course Title

Level

2009-02-25

Beebee, Thomas O.
(Penn State U)

Goethe: Leben als Werk

undergrad.

2009-01-22

Schwartz, Peter J.
(Boston U)

The Age of Reason and Revolution

undergrad.

2008-03-15

Reinhart, Max
(U of Georgia)

Goethe and Islam

undergrad.

2008-02-27

Erlin, Matthew
(Washington U)

German Family Values: 1750 -1800

undergrad.

2008-02-27

Erlin, Matthew
(Washington U)

Consuming Fictions: Commodification and the German Novel 1775-1815

grad.

2008-02-26

Schwartz, Peter J.
(Boston U)

The Faust Tradition

undergrad.

2008-02-26

Schwartz, Peter J.
(Boston U)

[German] Romanticism

undergrad.

2008-02-11

John, David
(U of Waterloo)

Goethe's Faust: German and Intercultural Approaches

grad.

2008-02-10

Broszeit-Rieger, Ingrid
(Oakland U)

Survey of Eighteenth-Century German Literature

undergrad.