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GERM 274.00 Weimar Germany: Art, Culture, and the Failure of Democracy 6 credits

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Language & Dining Center 244

Synonym: 63976

Kiley Kost

"...many will say: even 1920 is not so horrible. This is how it is: the human being is a machine, culture is in shreds, education is arrogance, spirit is brutality, stupidity is the norm, and the military is sovereign" (Adolf Behne, reporting on a Dada art exhibit). In this class, taught in German, students examine cultural products and visual media of and about the Weimar Republic to understand a critical time in German history and explore how art has been used to cope with societal turbulence. Note: German majors and minors may complete additional work to count this class toward the 300-level course credit requirement.

Prerequisite: German 204 or equivalent

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