Fall 2016 - Undergraduate Course Description
Instructor
Roemer, Nils
Discipline and Number
HIST 4339 Section 001
Day
TR Time 8:30 AM - 9:45 AM
Course Title
Berlin: History of a City

Description of Course:

Berlin is a quintessentially modern city. It was at once an important center of population, economic, and culture, as well as a place of exchange of goods, ideas, and peoples from across the world. The course will explore issues of industrialization, urban renewal and planning, space, class, and migration. Key factors we will look at are class, gender, ethnicity, consumer culture, crime, and the representation of the city in literature, art, and film. This course will moreover focus on the major events and conflicts that have left their mark on the city: the rise of the modern metropolis, economic depression and social unrest, the two World Wars, Nazism and the Holocaust, the Cold War and its aftermath.

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