(W,D,CF) Violence in Twentieth Century Germany   [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Undergraduate Catalog 2011-2012
   

GERM 315 - (W,D,CF) Violence in Twentieth Century Germany

3 cr.


(Prerequisites: Four completed semesters of college-level German or instructor permission) 

Violence is a central problem in twentieth-century German culture and society. Our most common associations with "German" violences, including the two world wars and the Holocaust, are specific articulations of violence and brutality that together generate cultural and historical questions. Taught in German.



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