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German and Theatre Studies

On this degree you will benefit from the research and teaching interests in both departments, including the German Department’s work in the fields of intellectual history, 19th and 20th century German and European cultural history and memory studies, and the School of Theatre Studies’ specialisms in historiography, national theatre cultures, and theatre and performance that intervenes in public discourse, city life and at the cutting edge of technological change.

The below course structure is indicative. Modules on offer change year on year, dependent on staff research interests and availability.

Year One

Core Modules
  Modern German Language 1 or Modern German Language for Beginners

 

Introduction to Theatre and Performance Studies
  From Text to Performance
Optional Module (choose one)
 

The Changing Face of Germany in Film and Text

 

Introduction to German Culture in the Age of Enlightenment

Year Two/Three

Core Modules
  Modern German Language 2 or Modern German Language 2 (Postbeginners)
Optional Modules
 

Intermediate year German Modules

  Approved optional modules totalling 60 CATS from Theatre and Performance Studies
  *Exceptional case for 15 credits external module may be approved

Year Two/Three - Spent Abroad

Year Four

Core Modules
  Modern German Language 3
Optional Modules
 

Final-year German Modules (30 credits)*

  Plus approved optional modules in Theatre and Performance Studies (60 credits)
  *Exceptional case for 15 credits external module may be approved

Course Structure

Dr Jim Jordan

German Studies

Dr Wallace McDowell

Theatre and Performance Studies