Definition of Proseminars
1. proseminar [n] - See also: proseminar
Lexicographical Neighbors of Proseminars
Literary usage of Proseminars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae by Association of Collegiate Alumnae (U.S.) (1910)
"... of the "Leader" of the Germanic Department of the University to the entrance of women students. But she finally gained access to two proseminars, ..."
2. "A Myrroure for Magistrates". by James Davies (1906)
"... and of the proseminars conducted by Professors Koster, Sievers and von Bahder. To all of these gentlemen I wish to express my sincerest thanks; ..."
3. A Physicist's Labour in War and Peace: Memoirs 1933-1999 by E. Walter Kellermann (2004)
"Roughly the syllabus was that outlined in Joos' 'Theoretical Physics', but Thirring went into greater detail, and the proseminars were just the right kind ..."
4. Zeitschrift für die deutschösterreichischen Gymnasien (1896)
"„Das Gymnasium kann zu Gunsten des proseminars auf sieben Jahre gekürzt werden" (S. 11). Stellen wir folgendes Citât (S. 10) nebenan: „Die wahre ..."
5. Bibliography of Science Teaching by Estados Unidos Bureau of Education, United States, Bureau of Education (1911)
"... the solution of problems by students either in connection with the lecture courses or in special seminars or proseminars, and secondly, the writing of ..."