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Dear e-list moderator,
We would be very grateful if you would share the following announcement
with your subscribers:
    **********************DEADLINE EXTENDED*********************
       for the DAAD BEST SYLLABI IN GERMAN STUDIES competition
      *** Submissions will be accepted up to APRIL 1, 1995 ***
***$1000 in prizes*** for innovative interdisciplinary or comparative
approaches to the teaching of German Studies (including language, politics,
history, literature, cinema, anthropology, culture, art, music, Women's
Studies, Jewish Studies, etc.) will be awarded in 1995.
All syllabi submitted for the competition will be included in an on-line,
multi-year database of teaching materials for German Studies.  Complete
and detailed syllabi, including detailed references, sources, and
pedagogical goals, should be submitted as hard copy and on computer disk
clearly labeled to indicate computer (PC/Mac), author, and software by
**APRIL 1, 1995** to Kizer Walker, Department of German Studies, 194
Goldwin Smith Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14853.
The DAAD Syllabi database at present consists of over 170 syllabi in fields
ranging from architecture to Women's Studies.  The database will continue
to expand as new syllabi are submitted for inclusion.  Information on
accessing the database electronically can be had by contacting Kizer Walker
at the address above, or at [log in to unmask]
Kizer Walker
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