Summer 2013 Courses
German Film: History and Analysis - Ger 2315
4 credits, Summer 2013 [ May 14 to June 22 - 6 weeks]
This course is taught in English, and cannot be applied to earn credits towards the German major or minor at UMD. However, it would make a lovely Lib.Ed. course for anyone interested in German Studies.
This is an overview of German films and film history in which we will discuss famous films from 1918 through the present. You will learn about the socio-historical background in which films were produced and you will learn how to read films.You will also make your own mini-film.
This is a 6 week course and is worth 4 credits. You will have to commit approximately at least 25 hours per week to complete this course successfully.
Globalization and Sustainability in Latin America - Span 2550
4 credits, Summer 2013
This class studies the origins and recent trends in globalization in Latin America. A special focus is given to practices that promote environmental, economic, political, social and cultural sustainability. The course may focus on Central America, the Caribbean, and Andes, the Southern Cone, the Amazon or any other geocultural region in Latin America. As the course is taught in English, any students may enroll, regardless of Spanish speaking ability.