What is GSLL offering next semester?
Every semester GSLL offers undergraduate students:
- First-Year Seminars;
- Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Language Courses;
- English-Language Seminars and Lectures on Language, Linguistics, Literature, Film, Philosophy, and Culture;
- Language, Linguistics, Literature, Film, Philosophy, and Culture Seminars taught in the Target Language;
- Individual Seminars on Independent Readings;
- Honors Thesis Mentoring.
GSLL also offers every semester for graduate students German- and English-language courses in Literature, Linguistics, Theory, Film & Media Studies.
The following catalogue of current courses is organized according to language and level. Last updated November 28, 2016.
In the event you have questions, contact the director of undergraduate or graduate studies.
DTCH 275: Amsterdam and the Dutch Golden Age
This 3-week program is ideal for first-time global travelers and students interested in Dutch culture and history. In class lectures and site visits, participants will learn about the Golden Age of Dutch history through the lens of Amsterdam. There will also be excursions to Leiden, Haarlem and other places of interest.
Course topics include:
• The rise of the Dutch Republic and the importance of Amsterdam in the 17th century
• Dutch art of the Golden Age
• The role of religious tolerance and other freedoms
• The influence of the Dutch Republic on the American colonies
• Dutch scientific and technological achievements
• Dutch colonialism—its legacy and aftermath
Dates: May 26 – June 16, 2019
For more information and to apply, go to the website of UNC Study Abroad: UNC Dutch Studies in the Netherlands. Applications deadline is on February 10th.
Poster: DTCH 275
GERM 203: Intermediate German I
Looking to have a productive and fun summer? Come and join this Bavarian at UNC at Chapel Hill for German 203 in Summer Session I and perfect your German, so that you can impress all those German speakers here and far away. We will be using Weiter geht’s to explore topics such as family and friends, new Germans and Germans in the world, as well as the significance of World War II and former East Germany.
Students acquire the necessary materials and opportunities to develop further their language skills in a cultural context. They review and expand upon the basic grammar covered in beginning German.
Prerequisite, GERM 102; Permission of the instructor for students lacking the prerequisite.
Dates: May 15th to June 20th
MTWRF 09:45 AM – 11:15 AM
Poster: GERM 203 Summer I