10 Credits SPRING

Pre-requisites: GER107, GER108

GER108 or equivalent qualification.

Aims/Description: Students will study a number of cultural topics related to the Low Countries resulting in a written project on an aspect of contemprary Dutch culture.

Staff Contact: Sandra Henry
Teaching Methods: Seminars will: - permit students' reading to be structured in a meaningful way; - ensure the students' active engagement in the critical analysis of the Low Coutries' culture; - create a good environment for collaborative work to develop.
Assessment: Course work, Practical

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