Women Writers in German Literature after 1945 (GERM 265.3)

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Study and discussion of Austrian, German and Swiss texts by women, published after 1945, to expand students' literary analytic abilities, cultural and socio-historical perspectives, critical thinking, communicative and writing abilities. Possible topics include: sexism, anti-Semitism, racism, generation conflicts, Germany's Nazi past, the divided country, religion, the economy, environment, gender and identity. Course language: English.


A course in ENG or LIT; completion of 30 credit units at the university, or permission of the department.


Students with credit for GERM 365, may not take this course for credit.

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