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GERM-235 Germany in Europe
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Level V course. The course will examine the interactions between Germany and Europe in the twentieth century, recognizing the fact that current issues are deeply rooted in historical and cultural traditions. Broadly speaking, we will focus on the disintegration of the "old" Europe in the first part of the century and the move towards integration, especially after the end of the Cold War. Combines literature, film, and non-fiction to approach topics such as political integration, historical narrative, issues of migration etc.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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