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Courses in LSA Germanic Languages & Literatures
Dutch and Flemish Studies (DUTCH)
DUTCH 111. First Special Speaking and Reading Course
(4). May not be repeated for credit. Graduate students should elect DUTCH 511. No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in DUTCH 100. F.

DUTCH 112. Second Special Speaking and Reading Course
DUTCH 111. (4). May not be repeated for credit. Graduate students should elect DUTCH 512. No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in DUTCH 100. W.

DUTCH 160. First Year Seminar
Enrollment restricted to first-year students, including those with sophomore standing. (3). (HU). (R&E). May not be repeated for credit. Taught in English. F.

The course aims to introduce first-year students to the Humanities aspect of Dutch studies: Dutch Culture, Literature, Cinema, and the Arts. The course is taught in English.

DUTCH 231. Second-Year Dutch
DUTCH 112 or 100. (4). May not be repeated for credit. Graduate students should elect DUTCH 531. F.

DUTCH 232. Second-Year Dutch
DUTCH 231. (4). (Lang Req). May not be repeated for credit. Graduate students should elect DUTCH 532. W.

DUTCH 339. Independent Study
Consent of instructor required. (2 - 4). (INDEPENDENT). May be repeated for credit. F, W, Sp.

Independent study for students who need work in a certain area to complete their degree and are unable to acquire it from a regularly scheduled course.

DUTCH 340. Amsterdam: Negotiating Tolerance
(3). (R&E). May not be repeated for credit.

This course tells the story of the Dutch capital through its history, religion, culture, politics, economics, and urban landscape. With a special focus on the city's (perceived) culture of tolerance, the class will discuss issues of diversity in modern-day Amsterdam through careful examination of its historically based values of collaboration and negotiation. You will analyze texts and visual materials, and develop your daily discussion writing into three papers and a classroom presentation.

DUTCH 351 / JUDAIC 351. Anne Frank in Context
(3). (HU). (R&E). May not be repeated for credit.

This course examines the Holocaust in The Netherlands and beyond through the analysis of the Diary of Anne Frank, its film, stage and television adaptations, and related materials. It aims to increase your understanding of anti-Semitism and other forms of hatred and discrimination. Topics include Jewish immigration, Jewish Amsterdam, bystanders, resistance movement, and controversial issues like the fictionalization of Anne Frank and alleged Holocaust exploitation. Taught in English

DUTCH 491. Colloquium on Modern Dutch Culture and Literature
Senior standing or permission of instructor. (3). May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. Taught in English.

DUTCH 492. Colloquium on Modern Dutch Culture and Literature
(3). May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. Taught in English. W.

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