Spring 2015

Language Courses | R&C Courses | Courses in English | Graduate Courses

Language Courses

Reading and Composition Courses

Undergraduate Courses Taught in English

OLD NORSE 125: Old Norse Literature

MWF 12-1, . Instructor: Kate Heslop

Students will develop the basic elements of communicative competence in both spoken and written language within a cultural context.

Units: 4

Graduate Courses

OLD NORSE 201B: Norse Literature

M 1-4, 6415 Dwinelle. Instructor: Jonas Wellendorf

An introduction to Old Norse literature, comprising reading and discussion of representative sagas and selections from the Eddas. Readings in English and Old Norse.

Units: 4

SCANDINAVIAN 250: Scandinavian Literature Seminar: Uncanny

W 1-4, 6415 Dwinelle. Instructor: Karin Sanders

In our seminar we will investigate this claim by widening the field historically. Voices, ghosts, shadows, things, dolls, houses, fog and bogs, madness, and a host of other potentially unheimliche phenomena in literature and visual art will be juxtaposed.

Units: 4

SCANDINAVIAN 301, Section 1: Teaching Methodology: Scandinavian Languages

MWF 12-1, 6410 Dwinelle. Instructor: Karen Moller

This course is required of all Graduate Student Instructors teaching language courses in the Scandinavian Department. Language GSIs also enroll in Karen Moller’s Scandinavian 300B, section 1, language teaching practicum, for 1 unit. Must be taken on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.

Units: 3