Skip to main content

GER254 - Berlin and Vienna, 1900-1914

General

Subject code

GER

Course Number

254

Instructor(s)

R. Cernahoschi, J. Kazecki

Course Long Title

Berlin and Vienna, 1900-1914

Cross Listed Courses

Description

From the beginning of the twentieth century to the outbreak of World War I, the capital cities of Berlin and Vienna were home to major political and cultural developments, including diverse movements in art, architecture, literature, and music, as well as the growth of mass party politics. The ascending German Empire and the multiethnic Habsburg Empire teetering on the verge of collapse provide the context within which this course examines well-known and lesser-known texts from the period. Topics include urban growth and its social effects, class and gender anxiety, the role of the military, empire and nationalism, and colonialism at home and abroad. Conducted in English.

Modes of Inquiry

Analysis and Critique [AC], Historical and Social Inquiry [HS]

Writing Credit

No writing credit

GEC This Course Belongs To

-