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ENGL 645 - Advanced Holocaust Literature [MN 18 Online Program]
Spring 2020, Section 01

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001207 ENGL 645 01 Advanced Holocaust Literature [MN 18 Online Program]
01/13 - 05/13
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3.0 Full Kirchoff, Elizabeth
Completely Online-Asynchronous Location: Minnesota State University Moorhead
Building/Room: ON LINE


Meeting Details
DatesDaysTimeBuilding/RoomInstructor
1/13/2020 - 5/13/2020 n/a n/a ON LINE Kirchoff, Elizabeth

Notes
  • Online Course
  • Restricted to MN 18-online program students.

Location Details
Offered through: Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Campus: Minnesota State University Moorhead. Location: Minnesota State University Moorhead.

Seat Availability
Status: Full Size: 23 Enrolled: 23 Seats Remaining: 0

Restrictions
  • Restricted to program(s): 18 On-Line, 18 On-Line Greater MN
  • Requires students to be admitted.
  • Restricted to: 18 Online Graduate Students

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Full refund is available until January 17, 2020, 11:59PM CST.
Adding course is closed. Dropping course is closed.
The last day to withdraw from this course is May 1, 2020.

Tuition and Fees (Approximate)

Tuition and Fees (approximate):

Tuition -resident: $433.17
Tuition -nonresident: $433.17
Approximate Course Fees: $166.83

Course Level
Graduate

Description
This discussion-based, graduate-level course is designed to engage students' intellectual curiosity, inspire critical thinking, recognize the dangers of prejudice, stereotypes, discrimination, propaganda, and abuse of power, as well as draw connections between the historic tragedy known as the Holocaust and our lives today. To meet this end, we will read and discuss a variety of diaries, memoirs, short stories, and well-researched encyclopedia articles on issues the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum calls the "essential topics" of the Holocaust. While the readings and images are dark and disturbing, students enrolled in this course will also come to recognize the power of courage, kindness, resiliency, and love as well as develop a deeper understanding of the age-old adage, "Whosoever saves a single life, saves an entire universe."

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