HST 1700 A (CRN: 95287)
History: 20th-Century Europe in Film
3 Credit Hours
Topics examining the history of Europe. Representative topic: Twentieth-century European History in Film. May repeat be repeated for credit with different content. Topics vary by offering; periodic offering at intervals that may exceed four years.
Open to Degree and PACE students
This class will examine the history of this tumultuous century through its cinema. Movies will include both historical classics, like /Battleship Potemkin/, and such recent offerings from European studios as /The Lives of Others/. They will cover the principle events and themes of the century: the Russian Revolution and World War I, fascism, the Irish Revolution, the Holocaust, World War II, Europe's postwar economic miracle and the revolts of 1968, decolonization, life under communism, among others. Class will consist of lectures, viewing the films, and discussions. Concentration: Europe (HI02)
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