ASPC

Associated Students of Pomona College

German

  1. GERM001 PO-01 — Elementary German 1

    Rindisbacher, Hans J. — credit: 1.0 — 18 filled of 18 seats

    Elementary German. Acquisition of basic oral communication, survey of German grammar, practice in reading and writing. Meets four days a week with instructor. Fifth hour with native speaker.

    • POTR — 9:35 a.m.–10:50 a.m. — Mason Hall, Room 11
    • POMW — 9 a.m.–9:50 a.m. — Mason Hall, Room 11
  2. GERM001 SC-01 — Introductory German

    Katz, Marc — credit: 1.0 — 15 filled of 15 seats

    Acquisition of basic oral communication, survey of German grammar, practice in reading and writing. Meets five days a week. Language laboratory three times a week.

    • SCMTWR — 9:35 a.m.–10:50 a.m. — Balch Hall, Room 208
  3. GERM011 PO-01 — German Conversation, Intermed

    Bashaw, Rita B. — credit: 0.25 — 15 filled of 15 seats

    German Conversation, Intermediate. Contemporary German Language and Culture. Open to all students except native speakers. Credit for satisfactory participation in Oldenborg Center activities and two conversation classes weekly. Prerequisite: one year of college-level language study or equivalent. Cumulative, one-quarter course credit; graded P/NC. Does not satisfy the foreign language requirement. Limited to one enrollment per semester and a cumulative total of one course credit.

    • POMW — 4:15 p.m.–5:15 p.m. — Oldenborg Center, Room GERM
  4. GERM013 PO-01 — German Conversation, Advanced

    Bashaw, Rita B. — credit: 0.25 — 15 filled of 15 seats

    German Conversation, Advanced. Open to all students except native speakers. Credit for satisfactory participation in Oldenborg Center activities and two conversation classes weekly. Prerequisite: two years of college-level language study or equivalent. Cumulative, one-quarter course credit; graded P/NC. Does not satisfy the foreign-language requirement. Limited to one enrollment per semester and a cumulative total of one course credit.

    • POTR — 4:15 p.m.–5:15 p.m. — Oldenborg Center, Room GERM
  5. GERM033 PO-01 — Intermediate German

    von Schwerin-High, Friederike — credit: 1.0 — 18 filled of 18 seats

    Intermediate German. Emphasis on developing reading ability. Extensive review of grammar; continuing acquisition of new vocabulary and conversational skills. Meets four days a week. Small conversation groups with native speaker once a week. Prerequisite: 2 or equivalent.

    • POMWF — 11 a.m.–12:15 p.m. — Mason Hall, Room 18
  6. GERM033 SC-01 — Intermediate German

    Buchholz, Paul — credit: 1.0 — 18 filled of 18 seats

    Emphasis on developing reading ability. Extensive review of grammar; continuing acquisition of new vocabulary and conversational skills. Meets four days a week. Listening comprehension exercises in language laboratory twice a week. Prerequisite: German 2, 22, or equivalent.

    • SCMTWR — 9:35 a.m.–10:50 a.m. — Steele Hall, Room 103
  7. GERM044 PO-01 — Advanced German

    Rindisbacher, Hans J. — credit: 1.0 — 15 filled of 15 seats

    Advanced German. Emphasis on correct, idiomatic writing. Essays every other week, oral work and grammar review. Meets two days a week. Small conversation groups with native speaker once a week. Prerequisite: 33 or equivalent.

    • POTR — 2:45 p.m.–4 p.m. — Mason Hall, Room 1
  8. GERM101C SC-01 — Pop & Protest in Fiction & Film

    Buchholz, Paul — credit: 1.0 — 18 filled of 18 seats

    This course will examine German-language film and fiction that emerged out of the student movements and countercultures from the 1960s onwards. We will consider the ways in which new modes of artistic expression sought to combine political engagement and consumerist enjoyment.

    • SCTR — 2:45 p.m.–4 p.m. — Balch Hall, Room 219
  9. GERM151 PO-01 — German Poetry in Context

    von Schwerin-High, Friederike — credit: 1.0 — 14 filled of 14 seats

    Radically critiquing historical developments and envisioning alternatives, German lyric poetry has used formal and semantic experimentation to explore the limits of truth, beauty, meaning, and the human experience. This course offers a survey of representative German lyric poetry with a particular emphasis on poetological innovations and their historical contexts in the twentieth century. Prerequisites: GERM044 PO or equivalent.

    • POMW — 1:15 p.m.–2:30 p.m. — Mason Hall, Room 18
  10. GERM191 PO-04 — Senior Thesis in German

    Staff — credit: 0.5 — 15 filled of 15 seats

    Senior Thesis. Prerequisite: permission of the student’s advisor and the coordinator. Course or half-course.

  11. GERM193 PO-04 — German Comprehensive Exams

    Staff — credit: 0.5 — 15 filled of 15 seats

    Comprehensive Examinations. Preparation for six-hour written and one-hour oral examinations for the major, testing the student’s general competence in the discipline. Half-course. Graded P/NC.