Germany Confronts the Holocaust

GER 387

The ways in which official German culture comes to terms with its Nazi past. Background reading in history and politics; primary focus on films, dramas, novels, and poetry, as well as public memorials, monuments, and museums. Authors treated include: Wolfgang Borchert, Rolf Hochhuth, Peter Weiss, Ruth Klüger. Taught in English. Instructor: Dolan

Explore the culture and customs of these countries: 
Germany
Germany Confronts the Holocaust
Faculty: 

K. Dolan

Crosslisting Numbers: 
LIT369, HIST 261, Rights 387, Jewish Studies 369
Areas of Knowledge: 
ALP, CCI, CZ
Modes of Inquiry: 
CCI, EI
Film, Visual & Performing Arts?
Yes
Literature in Translation?
No