Holocaust in German Literature and Film (GERM 366.3)

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Description

An investigation of twentieth-century German language literary and film responses to the Holocaust. Possible topics included: victims and oppressors; gender; stereotypes; resistance by individuals and groups; the role and appropriateness of literature as a medium to response to the historical, cultural and psychological complexities of the Holocaust. Course language: English; readings, seminars and student work in German.

Prerequisite(s)

GERM 317 or permission of the department.

Note

Students with credit for GERM 266, may not take this course for credit.

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