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    Michael S Batts
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The study focusses first on the undergraduate and graduate programmes of study, . what has been and is taught, and on the numbers, sources, and kinds of students enrolled in courses at every level. A detailed analysis is made in particular of the subjects of dissertations for the MA and PhD degrees.

The final chapter records the changes in all areas of the discipline over the five-year period from 1990 to 1995.

The study focusses first on the undergraduate and graduate programmes of study, . what has been and is taught, and on the numbers, sources, and kinds of students enrolled in comes at every level. The final chapter records the changes in all areas of the discipline over the five-year period from 1990 to 1995.

Who studies German at Canadian universities, and what do the programs offered by the universities look like? . A Brief Survey of Germanic Studies at Canadian Universities from the Beginnings to 1995.

A Brief Survey of Germanic Studies at Canadian Universities from the Beginnings to 1995.

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The Canadian Association of University Teachers of German (CAUTG) is a professional, not-for-profit learned society promoting German Studies in Canada. The association was founded by professors from twelve Canadian Universities in 1962. Since then, the CAUTG has enabled faculty, graduate students, and supporters to advance German Studies in higher education

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The study German literature is divided into two parts: Ältere Deutsche t deals with the period from the beginnings of German in the early Middle Ages up to post-Medieval times around AD 1750.

The study German literature is divided into two parts: Ältere Deutsche t deals with the period from the beginnings of German in the early Middle Ages up to post-Medieval times around AD 1750, while the modern era is covered by Neuere Deutsche t. The field systematically examines German literature in terms of genre, form, content, and motifs as well as looking at it historically by author and epoch. German teacher education. At least in Germany and Austria, German studies in academia play a central role in the education of German school teachers. Their courses usually cover four fields:.

The Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies was officially founded on July 1, 1960 as the .

The Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies was officially founded on July 1, 1960 as the Department of German and Russian. In 1960, the Faculty of Arts admitted its first students into three-year general and four-year honours programs in History, English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Economics, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology. In 2018, we introduced a minor-concentration in Cultural Identities in conjunction with our colleagues from the Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies, with plans to expand this truly interdisciplinary program in the future.

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Informationen zum Titel A Brief Survey of Germanic Studies at Canadian Universities from the Beginnings to 1995 von Michael S. Batts . A Brief Survey of Germanic Studies at Canadian Universities from the Beginnings to 1995 Michael S. Batts (author) Peter Lang - Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, International Academic Publishers, Bern, Frankfurt am Main, 1998 .

All in all the course of Canadian Studies has become one of the most popular among the students of the faculty.

The first course devoted to Canada was offered at the end of 1990s. Everything they could get was some guide books or some brochures for tourists. All in all the course of Canadian Studies has become one of the most popular among the students of the faculty. The number of course papers and diploma projects has steadily grown over these years. More and more students choose Canada as the country of their specialization and study it in detail.

This work records the development of the teaching of Germanic languages, primarily German, at Canadian universities over a period of 150 years. The study focusses first on the undergraduate and graduate programmes of study, i.e., what has been and is taught, and on the numbers, sources, and kinds of students enrolled in comes at every level. A detailed analysis is made in particular of the subjects of dissertations for the MA and PhD degrees. A separate chapter is devoted to the programmes of study in Germanic languages and literatures other than German (Danish, Dutch, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish, Yiddish). A similar survey is then made of the teaching staff, where they come from, where and what they studied, and what contribution they have made to research. The third issue is that of the infrastructure of the discipline, what professional organizations there are to represent germanists and to what extent those engaged in research are supported by public funding agencies. The final chapter records the changes in all areas of the discipline over the five-year period from 1990 to 1995.