6.0719 Call for Syllabi: German Studies (1/28)

Fri, 7 May 1993 18:26:39 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 6, No. 0719. Friday, 7 May 1993.

Date: Fri, 7 May 1993 10:14:34 +0200
From: Scott Denham <scott.denham@vax.rz.uni-wuerzburg.dbp.de>
Subject: Teaching German Studies Interdisciplinarily

Call for Syllabi
In connection with a panel on "Teaching German Studies Interdisciplinarily"
to be held at the annual German Studies Association conference in Washington,
D.C., 7-10 Oct. 1993, the panelists: Michael Kater (York U), Irene Kacandes (UT
Austin), Jonathan Petropoulos (Loyola Coll in MD), Mark Spaulding (UNC
Wilmington), and Scott Denham (Davidson Coll) request that colleagues who have
recently taught courses on German Studies, Holocaust studies, German history,
historiography, German arts, film, or culture, German politics, or on any other
aspect of German studies and have done so in an interdisciplinary manner, send
a copy of any syllabi to the panel organizer before July 15, 1993. The
submissions will help the panelists lead a more informed discussion on the
state of German Studies pedagogy today. If there is sufficient interest the
syllabi will be collected and distributed as a sourcebook at the GSA conference
or at a later date to all who request a copy. Submissions to:
Prof. Scott Denham
Davidson College an der Uni Wuerzburg
Mensa am Hubland, Zi. 107
D-8700 Wuerzburg, F.R. Germany
fax: 49-931-782136 (8.00-18.00 EST)
internet: scott.denham@vax.rz.uni-wuerzburg.dbp.de

Thanks kindly,