GRMN 3401 - The German Experience in North America Course uri icon



  • Discusses the motives and conditions of German immigration to North America, particularly the history, culture, and literature of German-speaking migrants and refugees from the 17th to the 21st century. Investigates factors that shape human activity through learning about the reasons for migration and the diaspora of Germans in Russia to the United States and Canada. Studies individual settlements and stories of German pioneer authors as well as theories of nationalism and migration. Taught in English.