Your attendance is part of your final grade, you will be expected to hand in short written papers, give a talk and participate in class discussions. Each student is expected to write a final seminar paper.
Erasmus students beware: This course is taught in German! You may write your assignments on the English version of Dewey’s book, but must be prepared to discuss matters in German.
40% of your final grade will be based on five short written assignments, 20% are based on your participation in class discussions and your regular attendance, a further 40% of your grade will result from the final seminar paper. I will expect you to follow my style-sheet for any written homework. The seminar paper should not exceed 7500 words. - The five written assignments during summer term and the final seminar paper are required items for achieving a positive grade.
By registering for this seminar, you tacitly agree to having all your electronic submissions checked by Turnitin.
This is a seminar, thus no final exam.
Secondary literature will be supplied via moodle. Our primary text is:
Dewey, John: Kunst als Erfahrung. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp.