Students in this course will examine topics of political, artistic, and social relevance in Germany as expressed in film. The central concern will be the intersection of film with national and individual identity, examining how films express, reflect, or project a particular understanding of the individual and the nation. Specific topics might include immigration, the lingering aftereffects of Nazism, Expressionist explorations of the psyche and the human mind, the role of women, or other political, social, or human concerns. The course includes films in German with English subtitles. 


4 sh

Course Types

German Studies Elective

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