This course deals with problematic aspects of Germany’s recent past. The emphasis is on an exploration of issues through the study of a variety of sources: documentary and feature films, eye-witness accounts, diaries, art work and literary texts, newspaper and magazine articles, essays, cultural criticism, etc. Examples of courses that have been offered under this heading are “Aspekte der Weimarer Republik,” and “Geschichte und Alltag im 20ten Jahrhundert.” The topic of this course, which is often taught as a workshop, is different whenever the course is offered. May be repeated for credit. Pre- or co-requisites: ILCG 205 or 206 or consent of the instructor.
2016-2017 Course Catalog / Courses / German Culture and Civilization: History and Everyday Life in the 20th Century