Literature and Film Syllabi

Syllabus Archive : Literature and Film Syllabi

German Language Works (in original or in translation)

Priscilla Layne. Einführung in die deutsche Literatur. Das Andere in der deutschen Literatur. [Third year course].UNC. Spring 2013. Please click here to see related exercise from course. Please click here to see the course syllabus.

Rachel Freudenberg. Der deutsche Spielfilm: Ein Überblick. Boston College. Spring 2005. PDF See related materials.

Rachel Freudenberg.  German Women's Film.  Boston College. Fall 2001.     PDF

Marjanne Gooze.  Post War Women's Writing in Germany.  Submitted Spring 2005.  HTML

Heike Henderson.  Women's Literature of the German Speaking World.  Boise State University.  Fall 2000. PDF

Lisa Hock. Literature and Psychiatry in the Nineteenth Century. Wayne State University. Winter 2005. EXTERNAL SITE.

Lisa Hock. Krankheit und Gesellschaft in deutschsprachigen Texten. Wayne State University. Fall 2004. EXTERNAL SITE.

Lisa Hock. Die deutsche Familie im neunzehnten Jahrhundert. Wayne State University. Winter 2002. EXTERNAL SITE.

Nancy Kaiser. Woman, Women Writers from 1700-1848. University of Wisconsin. Spring 2004. PDF

Elie Kennedy. Scamps, Tramps and Vamps. Intersession 2005. University of New Brunswick. PDF

Julie Klassen.  Stimmen der Minoritäten in Deutschland.  Winter 2003.  PDF

Sara Lennox. Migrantenliteratur. University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2005. PDF

Sara Lennox.   Das erste, zweite/andere, dritte Geschlecht.  Gender und sexuelle Identität im Deutschland des XX. Jahrhunderts.  University of Massachusetts Amherst.  Fall 2001.  PDF  

Kamakshi P. Murti.  "Identity Politics" in einem wiedervereinigten Deutschland.  Middlebury College.  Spring 2001.  PDF

Kamakshi P. Murti.  Minority Views in German Culture.  University of Arizona.  Spring 1999.  PDF

Kamakshi P. Murti.  Women's Fictions in 20th Century Germany.  University of Arizona.  Fall 1999.  PDF

Maria Stehle.  Politics & Literature:  Revisiting the 1970s.  University of Massachusetts.  Fall 2004.  PDF

Maria Stehle. Radicals, Terrorists, and Pacifist: Social Change in Germany after 1945. Connecticut College. Spring 2006. PDF

Comparative Syllabi

Susan Cocalis. From Grimms to Disney. University of Massachusetts Amherst. Ongoing. EXTERNAL SITE

Peter Erspamer.  The Holocaust (Major Holocaust Autobiographies).  Mount Scenario College.  PDF  

Alice Gasque, Carole Leibiger, Sayeeda Mamoon.  Women, Identity and the Narrative.  University of South Dakota, Vermillion.  PDF

Nancy Kaiser. Gender, History and the Fairy Tale. University of Wisconsin. Fall 2005. PDF

Carole Leibiger.  Love Stinks!  University of South Dakota, Vermillion.  , Additional Reading List, Paper Writing Guidelines, and additional information on Max Frisch.  PDF

Beverly Weber.  Good and Evil.  University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2004. PDF

Beverly Weber.  The Clash of Civilizations? (Good and Evil East/West). University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fall 2003  PDF