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Research Project in German Studies (1) (12 points)
Leader: A Fliethmann
Synopsis: Students will develop, in consultation with a supervisor, a focused research project in an aspect of German Studies: German literature, linguistics, critical theory, textual theory, cinema studies, cultural studies or civilisation. Students will produce a sustained piece of commentary that engages with an academic method (such as historical method, survey reading, close analysis, theoretical critique or a combination of these) to answer a discipline-specific question and formulate a thesis. The dissertation will demonstrate a command of methodology, a close knowledge of the texts or issues studied, a high degree of competence in appropriate academic discourses in German.
Assessment: Written thesis (ca. 9000 words): 100% + The dissertation can be written either in German or in English.
Prerequisites: Advanced German Studies 3, part 2 or above; or equivalent
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