This is a real department - and just like the "Celtic" one, this is also European in scope and named as "Languages and Literatures" rather than broader in designation.
|No. of Courses||Comments|
|German||38||Includes language and literature courses|
|Scandinavian Langauges||8||Includes Swedish (focus, also has cultural and literature components), Danish, Finnish and Norwegian|
Literature and Culture
|10||Includes a few courses about Old Norse / Vikings|
1. To get a Ph.D. in this Department, the language requirement is simple: German and French. Plus if focus is on medieval period, then Latin is required.
2. For "German," 9 courses are languages, the the rest (29) are Literature. Names included in the course titles are: Goethe (3), Nietzsche (3), Kafka (2), Jelinek, Marx, Freud, Thomas Mann, Sebald.