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21F.055J: Media in Weimar and Nazi Germany

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Debates over national and media identity in Weimar and Nazi Germany. Production and use of media under extreme political and social conditions with a focus on films (such as Nosferatu, Berlin, M, and Triumph des Willens) and other media. Media approached as both texts and systems. Considers the legacy of the period, in terms of stylistic influence (e.g. film noir), techniques of persuasion, and media's relationship to social and economic conditions. Taught in English. Enrollment limited.

Units: 2-2-8(U)

HASS-H
CI-H

Same As  CMS.311J

 

Spring 2014

Section No. Instructor Days Time Room
1 W. Uricchio TR 2-3:30 E15-335

 

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