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ENGL 4026 - VIEW COURSE PROPOSAL

 

 

 

Approvals Received:

Department on 03-06-08 by Jayne Hacker (jayneh@umn.edu)

Approvals Pending:

Curriculum Committee > Campus Assembly > Catalog

Effective Status:

Active

Effective Term:

1089 - Fall 2008

Course:

ENGL 4026

Institution:

UMNMO - Morris

Career:

UGRD

College:

MDHU - Division of Humanities

Department:

233 - UMM-Humanities, Div of-Adm

 

General

Course Title Short:

ResSem:Literature of the Shoah

Course Title Long:

Research Seminar: Literature of the Shoah

Max-Min Credits
for Course
:

4.0 to 4.0 credit(s)

Catalog
Description
:

What events and ideas made Hitler's mid-century horror-show possible? Prominent 20th-century writers produced insightful novels, short stories, poems, and books to explain what made the Shoah a nightmare from which we are still trying to awake. Study authors as varied as Wright, Hurston, Arendt, Celan, Baldwin, Styron, and Plath.  

Additional Course
Information (for catalog
production):

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Grading Basis:

Stdnt Opt

Honors Course:

No

Delivery Mode(s):

Classroom

Years most
frequently offered
:

Even years only

Term(s) most
frequently offered
:

Fall

Component 1:

DIS (with final exam)

Auto-Enroll Course:

No

Graded Component:

DIS

Academic
Progress Units
:

Not allowed to bypass limits.
4.0 credit(s)

Financial Aid
Progress Units
:

Not allowed to bypass limits.
4.0 credit(s)

Repetition of Course:

Repetition not allowed.

Course Prerequisites
for Catalog
:

1131, two from 2201, 2202, 2211, 2212, #

Course Equivalency:

No course equivalencies

Consent Requirement:

Instructor

Enforced Prerequisites:
(course-based or
non-course-based)

No prerequisites

Editor Comments:

02.19.08 - edited for PSoft. jlm. Edited for catalog 02.20.08 NEH.

Proposal Changes:

<no text provided>

History Information:

02.20.08 - received provisional approval. jlm

Assessment and Goals:

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Rationale for
Changes or
Exceptions
:

THE SHOAH IRREVOCABLY ALTERED THE WAY WE THINK OF POLITICS, HISTORY, LITERATURE, AND THE WEST. THIS COURSE WILL ENABLE STUDENTS TO SEE HOW A MAJOR HISTORICAL EVENT SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACTED BOTH THE CONTENT AND THE FORM OF THE LITERARY WORK OF ART.

 

General Education

Faculty Sponsor Name:

Michael Lackey

Requirement
this course fulfills
:

HUM - HUM Communication, Language, Literature & Philosophy

 

Provisional Approval:

Not Requested

Regular Approval:

New:  Requested on Feb 20, 2008
Old:
 Not Requested