Courses - Current and Upcoming

For the most up-to-date information on enrollment, meeting times, and locations, please consult the UW Time Schedule. Please keep in mind that listings for future quarters are tentative and subject to change.

Spring 2014

Danish Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
DANISH 103: Elementary Danish

Fundamentals of oral and written Danish. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: DANISH 102.

A - 12883 Jenson, Kevin C MTWThF 09:30-10:20
DEN 311
DANISH 203: Second-Year Danish

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Review of grammar. Introduction of modern literary texts. Discussion of culture and current events in Denmark.Third in a sequence of three. Recommended: DANISH 103.

VLPA
A - 12884 Desiree Ohrbeck M W
MGH
DANISH 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Danish language, literature, or related fields.

A - 12886 to be arranged -
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Estonian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
ESTO 203: Second-Year Estonian

Intensive practice in speaking, readin, and writing. Functional review of grammar. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: ESTO 202.

VLPA
A - 20769 Liina-Ly Roos MTWThF 10:30-11:20
RAI 314
ESTO 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Estonian language, culture, or society.

A - 14097 to be arranged -
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Finnish Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
FINN 103: Elementary Finnish

Fundamentals of oral and written Finnish. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: FINN 102.

A - 14186 Taija Hämäläinen MTWThF 10:30-11:20
SAV 169
FINN 203: Second-Year Finnish

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Functional review of grammar. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: FINN 202.

VLPA
A - 14187 Taija Hämäläinen MTWThF 09:30-10:20
RAI 314
FINN 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Finnish language, culture, or society.

A - 14188 to be arranged -
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Latvian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LATV 103: Elementary Latvian

Fundamentals of oral and written Latvian. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: LATV 102.

A - 15648 Iveta Grinberga MTWThF 11:30-12:20
MGH 255
LATV 203: Second-Year Latvian

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Functional review of grammar. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: LATV 202.

VLPA
A - 15649 Iveta Grinberga MTWThF 10:30-11:20
THO 217
LATV 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Latvian language, culture, or society.

VLPA
A - 15650 to be arranged -
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Lithuanian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LITH 103: Elementary Lithuanian

Fundamentals of oral and written Lithuanian. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: LITH 102.

A - 16038 Aušra Valančiauskienė MTWThF 09:30-10:20
MGH 253
LITH 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Lithuanian language, culture, or society.

A - 16039 to be arranged -
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Norwegian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
NORW 103: Elementary Norwegian

Fundamentals of oral and written Norwegian. Third in a sequence of three.

A - 17323 Kyle Korynta MTWThF 10:30-11:20
EEB 042
NORW 203: Second-Year Norwegian

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Functional review of grammar. Third in a sequence of three. Recommended: NORW 103.

VLPA
A - 17324 Heather Short MTWThF 09:30-10:20
MGH 255
NORW 311: Drama After Ibsen

Recommended: NORW 203.

VLPA
A - 17325 Kyle Korynta T Th 11:30-13:20
MGH 282
NORW 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Norwegian language, literature, or related fields.

A - 17326 to be arranged -
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Scandinavian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
SCAND 153: Introduction To Lithuanian Literary And Cultural History

Surveys Lithuanian literary and cultural history from the Medieval period to the present. Authors include Dauksa, Maironis, Biliunas, Ciurloinis, Boruta, Granauskas, Aputis, Vilimaite, Milosz, and others.

VLPA
A - 20484 Aušra Valančiauskienė M W 12:30-14:20
JHN 026
SCAND 155: Danish Literary And Cultural History

Introduces the literary and cultural history of Denmark. Focuses on several major literary works and cultural moments from the Viking Age, the Enlightenment, nineteenth-century Romanticism, twentieth-century Modernism, and current Danish literature, journalism, and film.

VLPA
A - 18838 Desiree Ohrbeck T Th 12:30-14:20
THO 135
SCAND 280: Ibsen And His Major Plays In English

Reading and discussion of Ibsen's major plays.

In this course, we will read Ibsen’s major works – including A Doll House, The Wild Duck, and The Master Builder – in English translation, supplemented with excerpts from criticism and film adaptations. Although George Bernard Shaw has claimed that the only formula for...

VLPA
A - 18839 Gunn, Olivia N M W 12:30-14:20
CLK 120
SCAND 330: Scandinavian Mythology

Integrative study of religious life in the pre-Christian North. Emphasis on source materials, including the Prose Edda and Poetic Edda. Discussion of historical, archeological, and folkloric evidence.

VLPA
A - 18840 Lars Jenner T Th 15:30-17:20
CMU 230
SCAND 345: Baltic Cultures

Cultures and peoples of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Baltic literature, music, art, and film in social and historical context. Traditional contacts with Scandinavia and Central and East Europe. Offered: jointly with JSIS A 345.

I&S, VLPA
A - 18841 Guntis Šmidchens MTWTh 11:30-12:20
MEB 248
SCAND 370: The Vikings

Vikings at home in Scandinavia and abroad, with particular emphasis on their activities as revealed in archaeological finds and in historical and literary sources. Offered: jointly with HSTAM 370.

I&S, VLPA
A - 18842 Terje I. Leiren MTWTh 11:30-12:20
SIG 134
SCAND 445: War And Occupation In Northern Europe: History, Fiction, And Memoir

The study of literary representations (fiction, memoirs, and personal narratives) dealing with World War II and the occupation of the Nordic and Baltic countries. Offered: jointly with JSIS A 442.

I&S, VLPA
A - 18843 Marianne Stecher T Th 13:30-15:20
MGH 287
SCAND 455: Baltic States Since 1991

Intensive interdisciplinary survey of social, political, and economic developments in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania since 1991. Offered: jointly with JSIS A 455.

I&S
A - 18844 Guntis Šmidchens M W 13:30-15:20
MEB 237
SCAND 470: Scandinavian Autuers

Studies the body of work of Scandinavia's auteur filmmakers. Introduces the theory and history of auteur cinema, with special attention to Scandinavian filmmakers' contribution. Offered: jointly with C LIT 474; AWSp.

VLPA
A - 18845 Andrew K. Nestingen M W 11:30-13:20
SAV 140
SCAND 479: Eco-Capitalism

Explores the idea of environmentalism and sustainability across societies. Compares and contrasts how prominent authors in the field assess the risks and opportunities of human effects on climate and ecology. Questions explored include: will ecological solutions be critical to the revival of the global economy? Why do place such as Europe adapt more readily to environmental challenges? Offered: jointly with JSIS A 429.

I&S
A - 18846 Christine Ingebritsen M W F 10:30-11:20
SMI 304
SCAND 480: Kierkegaard And Decadence In European Literature

Reading and discussion of core texts by Soren Kierkegaard, as well as a consideration of the relationship between Kierkegaardian thought and the literary practice of various writers of Scandinavian and European decadence. Offered: jointly with JSIS A 480.

VLPA
A - 18847 Jan Sjåvik M W 13:30-15:20
CDH 717
SCAND 490: Special Topics
Norwegian Reproduction

Special topics in Scandinavian art, literature, culture, and history. Course offerings based on instructor's specialty and student demand.

This course considers the full spectrum of reproduction – from babies to artworks – in modern and postmodern Norwegian cultural production, read in conversation with feminist scholarship and queer theory. We begin with a comparative study of contemporary birthing cultures and representations (...

A - 20580 Gunn, Olivia N M W 15:30-17:20
SAV 156
SCAND 498: Senior Essay

Undergraduate research and the writing of a senior essay in Scandinavian area studies.

VLPA, W
A - 18848 to be arranged -
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SCAND 499: Independent Study Or Research

Independent study or research in Scandinavian area studies. May be done in a Scandinavian language or in English.

A - 18849 to be arranged -
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SCAND 499: Independent Study Or Research

Independent study or research in Scandinavian area studies. May be done in a Scandinavian language or in English.

B - 18850 to be arranged -
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SCAND 570: Scandinavian Auteurs

Seminar on auteur filmmakers in Scandinavian cinema, studying specific auteurs' bodies of work, theories of auteur cinema, and the history of auteurism in Scandinavian cinema. Offered: jointly with C LIT 574; AWSp.

VLPA
A - 18851 Andrew K. Nestingen M W 11:30-13:20
SAV 169
SCAND 579: Eco-Capitalism

Explores the idea of environmentalism and sustainability across societies. Compares and contrasts how prominent authors in the field assess the risks and opportunities of human effects on climate and ecology. Questions explored include: will ecological solutions be critical to the revival of the global economy? Why do place such as Europe adapt more readily to environmental challenges? Offered: jointly with JSIS A 529.

A - 18852 Christine Ingebritsen M W F 10:30-11:20
SMI 304
SCAND 580: Kierkegaard And Decadence In European Literature

Examines Kierkegaardian thought and the literary practice of various writers of Scandinavian and European decadence. Offered: Sp.

A - 18853 Jan Sjåvik M W 13:30-15:20
CDH 717
SCAND 590: Special Topics In Scandinavian Literature A - 18854 Marianne Stecher T Th 13:30-15:20
MGH 287
SCAND 590: Special Topics In Scandinavian Literature
Norwegian Reproduction

Special Topics

This course considers the full spectrum of reproduction – from babies to artworks – in modern and postmodern Norwegian cultural production, read in conversation with feminist scholarship and queer theory. We begin with a comparative study of contemporary birthing cultures and representations (...

B - 20581 Gunn, Olivia N M W 15:30-17:20
SAV 156
SCAND 600: Independent Study Or Research

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 18855 to be arranged -
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SCAND 600: Independent Study Or Research

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

B - 18856 to be arranged -
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SCAND 700: Master's Thesis A - 18857 to be arranged -
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SCAND 700: Master's Thesis B - 18858 to be arranged -
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SCAND 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 18859 to be arranged -
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Swedish Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
SWED 103: Elementary Swedish

Fundamentals of oral and written Swedish. Third in a sequence of three.

A - 19437 Eriksson, Karin MTWThF 10:30-11:20
MEB 102
SWED 203: Second-Year Swedish

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Functional review of grammar. Third in a sequence of three. Recommended: SWED 103.

VLPA
A - 19438 Ia Dübois MTWT
GLD
SWED 302: The Swedish Novel

Selected works by novelists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Recommended: SWED 203.

VLPA
A - 19439 Ann-Charlotte (Lotta) Gavel Adams M W 12:30-14:20
RAI 314
SWED 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Swedish language, literature, or related fields.

A - 19440 to be arranged -
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SWED 510: Graduate Level Proficiency In Swedish

Advanced training in graduate level proficiency in Swedish. Prerequisite: 15 credits of 300-400 level SWED courses. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 19441 Ann-Charlotte (Lotta) Gavel Adams M W 12:30-14:20
RAI 314

Summer 2014 A-term

Scandinavian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
SCAND 100: Introduction To Scandinavian Culture

The Scandinavian experience from the Viking Age to the present day; the background for contemporary Scandinavian democracy, with major emphasis on the cultural, political, and religious development of the Scandinavian countries.

I&S, VLPA
A - 13429 Jan Sjåvik MTWThF 11:30-13:40
SIG 229
SCAND 326: Scandinavia In World Affairs

Introduction to the foreign relations of Scandinavia with a focus on Nordic security, international economic pressures, and global conflict resolution. Includes a survey of the national settings for international involvements and highlights the dilemmas for industrial societies exposed to the pressures of interdependence. Offered: jointly with POL S 326.

I&S
A - 13431 Christine Ingebritsen MTWThF 09:10-11:20
SIG 226

Summer 2014 B-term

Scandinavian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
SCAND 230: Introduction To Folklore Studies

Comprehensive overview of the field of folkloristics, focusing on verbal genres, customs, belief, and material culture. Particular attention to the issues of community, identity, and ethnicity. Offered: jointly with C LIT 230.

I&S, VLPA
A - 13430 Guntis Šmidchens M W F
DEN

Summer 2014 Full-term

Scandinavian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
SCAND 498: Senior Essay

Undergraduate research and the writing of a senior essay in Scandinavian area studies.

VLPA, W
A - 13433 to be arranged -
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SCAND 499: Independent Study Or Research

Independent study or research in Scandinavian area studies. May be done in a Scandinavian language or in English.

A - 13434 to be arranged -
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SCAND 499: Independent Study Or Research

Independent study or research in Scandinavian area studies. May be done in a Scandinavian language or in English.

A - 13434 to be arranged -
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SCAND 499: Independent Study Or Research

Independent study or research in Scandinavian area studies. May be done in a Scandinavian language or in English.

B - 13435 to be arranged -
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SCAND 499: Independent Study Or Research

Independent study or research in Scandinavian area studies. May be done in a Scandinavian language or in English.

B - 13435 to be arranged -
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SCAND 600: Independent Study Or Research

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 13436 to be arranged -
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SCAND 600: Independent Study Or Research

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 13436 to be arranged -
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SCAND 600: Independent Study Or Research

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

B - 13437 to be arranged -
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SCAND 600: Independent Study Or Research

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

B - 13437 to be arranged -
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SCAND 700: Master's Thesis A - 13438 to be arranged -
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SCAND 700: Master's Thesis A - 13438 to be arranged -
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SCAND 700: Master's Thesis B - 13439 to be arranged -
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SCAND 700: Master's Thesis B - 13439 to be arranged -
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SCAND 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 13440 to be arranged -
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SCAND 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 13440 to be arranged -
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Autumn 2014

Danish Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
DANISH 101: Elementary Danish

Fundamentals of oral and written Danish. First in a sequence of three.

A - 13107 MTWThF 09:30-10:20
CMU 226
DANISH 101: Elementary Danish

Fundamentals of oral and written Danish. First in a sequence of three.

B - 13108 Desiree Ohrbeck T Th 12:30-14:20
SAV 140
DANISH 201: Second-Year Danish

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Review of grammar. Introduction of modern literary texts. Discussion of culture and current events in Denmark. First in a sequence of three. Recommended: DANISH 103.

VLPA
A - 13109 Desiree Ohrbeck MTWThF 10:30-11:20
SMI 109
DANISH 310: Topics In Danish Short Prose

Focuses on the fairy tale and story, with selections by Bicher, H.C. Andersen, Bang, Blixen, and others.

VLPA
A - 13110 Marianne Stecher M W 12:30-14:20
DEN 311
DANISH 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Danish language, literature, or related fields.

A - 13111 to be arranged -
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Estonian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
ESTO 101: Elementary Estonian

Fundamentals of oral and written Estonian. First in a sequence of three.

A - 14612 MTWThF 10:30-11:20
MGH 255
ESTO 201: Second-Year Estonian

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Functional review of grammar. First in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: either ESTO 103 or ESTO 150.

VLPA
A - 14613 MTWThF 10:30-11:20
MGH 282
ESTO 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Estonian language, culture, or society.

A - 14614 to be arranged -
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Finnish Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
FINN 101: Elementary Finnish

Fundamentals of oral and written Finnish. First in a sequence of three.

A - 14695 MTWThF 10:30-11:20
MGH 286
FINN 201: Second-Year Finnish

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Functional review of grammar. First in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: either FINN 103 or FINN 150.

VLPA
A - 14696 Taija Hämäläinen MTWThF 09:30-10:20
THO 215
FINN 310: Topics In Finnish Language And Culture

Topics related to Finnish literature, life, and civilization. Recommended: FINN 203.

VLPA
A - 14697 Taija Hämäläinen M W 12:30-14:20
DEN 309
FINN 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Finnish language, culture, or society.

A - 14698 to be arranged -
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Latvian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LATV 101: Elementary Latvian

Fundamentals of oral and written Latvian. First in a sequence of three.

A - 16616 Iveta Grinberga MTWThF 09:30-10:20
DEN 309
LATV 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Latvian language, culture, or society.

VLPA
A - 16618 to be arranged -
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Lithuanian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LITH 101: Elementary Lithuanian

Fundamentals of oral and written Lithuanian. First in a sequence of three.

A - 17166 Aušra Valančiauskienė MTWThF 09:30-10:20
SAV 169
LITH 201: Second-Year Lithuanian

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Functional review of grammar. First in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: either LITH 103 or LITH 150.

VLPA
A - 17167 Aušra Valančiauskienė MTWThF 10:30-11:20
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LITH 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Lithuanian language, culture, or society.

A - 17168 to be arranged -
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Norwegian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
NORW 101: Elementary Norwegian

Fundamentals of oral and written Norwegian. First in a sequence of three.

A - 18615 MTWThF 09:30-10:20
EEB 025
NORW 101: Elementary Norwegian

Fundamentals of oral and written Norwegian. First in a sequence of three.

B - 18616 MTWThF 10:30-11:20
EEB 025
NORW 201: Second-Year Norwegian

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Functional review of grammar. First in a sequence of three. Recommended: NORW 103.

VLPA
A - 18617 MTWThF 09:30-10:20
GLD 117
NORW 310: The Norwegian Short Story

Generic study of the Norwegian short story. Recommended: NORW 203.

VLPA
A - 18618 Jan Sjåvik M W 13:30-14:20
THO 215
NORW 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Norwegian language, literature, or related fields.

A - 18619 to be arranged -
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Scandinavian Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
SCAND 230: Introduction To Folklore Studies

Comprehensive overview of the field of folkloristics, focusing on verbal genres, customs, belief, and material culture. Particular attention to the issues of community, identity, and ethnicity. Offered: jointly with C LIT 230.

I&S, VLPA
A - 20325 Guntis Šmidchens MTWThF 12:30-13:20
SAV 260
SCAND 232: Hans Christian Andersen And The Fairy Tale Tradition

Influence of Hans Christian Andersen and the fairy tale on modern Scandinavian tales and stories. Investigates the significance of the fairy tale in the modern world, with attention to writers such as Isak Dinesen, Knut Hamsun, Villy Sorensen, William Heinesen.

VLPA
A - 20326 Marianne Stecher MTWTh 10:30-11:20
GWN 201
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

VLPA
A - 20327 Ames, Eric C. M W
KNE
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

AA - 20328 F 10:30-11:20
SMI 304
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

AB - 20329 F 10:30-11:20
SMI 102
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

AC - 20330 F 11:30-12:20
RAI 121
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

AD - 20331 F 12:30-13:20
SAV 264
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

AE - 20332 F 12:30-13:20
SMI 102
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

AF - 20333 F 13:30-14:20
SAV 264
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

AG - 20334 F 13:30-14:20
SMI 304
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

AJ - 20335 F 13:30-14:20
SAV 141
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

VLPA
C - 20338 Ames, Eric C. M W
PAR
SCAND 275: Crime Scenes: Investigating The Cinema And Its Cultures

Teaches how to analyze film by closely studying crime scenes from historical and contemporary German and Scandinavian cinema. Directors studied include Fritz Lang, Carl Th. Dreyer, Billy Wilder, and Lars von Trier. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 275.

CA - 20339 F 12:30-13:20
PAR 112
SCAND 340: Kalevala And The Epic Tradition

An interdisciplinary approach to the Finnish national epic Kalevala, Estonian Kalevipoeg, and Saami Peivebarnen suongah jehtanasan maajisn. Discussion of traditional worldview, cultural revitalization, and emergent nationalism in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Finland, Estonia, and Saamiland.

VLPA
A - 20340 Andrew K. Nestingen T Th 12:30-14:20
SAV 136
SCAND 367: Sexuality In Scandinavia: Myth And Reality

Examines selected Scandinavian literary and socio-political texts, films, and art to manifest the reality behind the myths of sexual freedom in Scandinavia.

I&S, VLPA
A - 20341 Ia Dübois T Th 13:30-15:20
GWN 301
SCAND 370: The Vikings

Vikings at home in Scandinavia and abroad, with particular emphasis on their activities as revealed in archaeological finds and in historical and literary sources. Offered: jointly with HSTAM 370.

I&S, VLPA
A - 20342 Terje I. Leiren MTWTh 13:30-14:20
SIG 134
SCAND 380: History Of Scandinavia To 1720

Scandinavian history from the Viking Age to 1720, with an emphasis on the political, social, and economic development of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment. Offered: jointly with HSTEU 380.

I&S
A - 20343 Terje I. Leiren MTWTh 10:30-11:20
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SCAND 498: Senior Essay

Undergraduate research and the writing of a senior essay in Scandinavian area studies.

VLPA, W
A - 20344 to be arranged -
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SCAND 498: Senior Essay

Undergraduate research and the writing of a senior essay in Scandinavian area studies.

VLPA, W Honors
B - 20345 to be arranged -
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SCAND 499: Independent Study Or Research

Independent study or research in Scandinavian area studies. May be done in a Scandinavian language or in English.

A - 20346 to be arranged -
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SCAND 499: Independent Study Or Research

Independent study or research in Scandinavian area studies. May be done in a Scandinavian language or in English.

B - 20347 to be arranged -
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SCAND 505: Topics In Scandinavian Drama And Film

Seminar on a selected topic in Scandinavian drama or film, such as an author (Holberg, Ibsen, Strindberg, Bergman), a period, a genre, or a movement.

A - 20348 Ann-Charlotte (Lotta) Gavel Adams M W 13:30-14:20
SAV 130
SCAND 519: Modern Scandinavian Politics

Analyzes the political, economic, and historical development of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Finland from World War II to the present. Readings focus on domestic and foreign policies that distinguish these countries from other advanced industrial societies. Offered: jointly with POL S 519.

A - 20349 Christine Ingebritsen T Th 12:30-14:20
SAV 158
SCAND 590: Special Topics In Scandinavian Literature A - 20350 Marianne Stecher M W 12:30-14:20
DEN 311
SCAND 600: Independent Study Or Research

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 20351 to be arranged -
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SCAND 600: Independent Study Or Research

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

B - 20352 to be arranged -
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SCAND 700: Master's Thesis A - 20353 to be arranged -
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SCAND 700: Master's Thesis B - 20354 to be arranged -
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SCAND 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 20355 to be arranged -
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Swedish Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
SWED 101: Elementary Swedish

Fundamentals of oral and written Swedish. First in a sequence of three.

A - 20991 MTWThF 09:30-10:20
PAR 313
SWED 101: Elementary Swedish

Fundamentals of oral and written Swedish. First in a sequence of three.

B - 20992 MTWThF 10:30-11:20
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SWED 201: Second-Year Swedish

Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Functional review of grammar. First in a sequence of three. Recommended: SWED 103.

VLPA
A - 20993 Ia Dübois MTWThF 10:30-11:20
THO 235
SWED 300: Swedish Women Writers

Readings from works by Swedish women writers. Recommended: SWED 203.

VLPA
A - 20994 Ann-Charlotte (Lotta) Gavel Adams T Th 10:30-12:20
DEN 309
SWED 490: Supervised Reading

Readings in a selected area of Swedish language, literature, or related fields.

A - 20995 to be arranged -
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