Baltic-German Culture and Society
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Course title in Estonian
Baltisaksa kultuur ja ühiskond
Course title in English
Baltic-German Culture and Society
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lecturer of 2022/2023 Spring semester
Ulrike Plath (language of instruction:Estonian)
lecturer of 2023/2024 Autumn semester
Not opened for teaching. Click the study programme link below to see the nominal division schedule.
Course aims
Iseloomult interdistsiplinaarne ainekursus annab laiema ülevaate baltisakslastega seotud kultuurilistest põimingutest ja ülekandevormidest eeskätt 18. sajandist alates. Õppeaines keskendutakse vajadusel ja võimalusel ühele konkreetsemale teemale interdistsiplinaarsest perseptktiivist.
Brief description of the course
This by character interdisciplinary course discusses in depth forms of cultural entanglements and cultural transfers we can find within and in connection with Baltic German identities since the 18th century. If possible and necessary the course will not only give a general overview, but also concentrate on some certain phenomena from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Learning outcomes in the course
Upon completing the course the student:
- knows the main developments in Baltic German history and culture since the 18th century;
- can critically discuss the role of Baltic Germans in Estonian culture and society;
- knows the main primary sources, disciplines, centres and researchers in the field of Baltic German studies;
- is able to find appropriate sources and analyse them with a clear and appropriate methodology on a basic level.
Ulrike Plath
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