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Survey of European high modernism, focusing on the avant-garde, Stalinism, fascism, and popular culture. Prerequisite: HST 014 or HST 016.
Ian Grimmer ()
Dates: June 30 - August 8, 2014
Europe entered into one of the most tumultuous periods of its history between 1914 and 1945. From the home front to the trenches, the Great War marked a definitive end to the world of the nineteenth century and cleared in its wake the autocratic empires of the continent in a wave of revolutionary unrest. Yet perceptions of a ?return to normalcy? by the mid-1920s were only fleeting. As capitalism fell into crisis at the end of the decade, Europeans increasingly turned to new ideologies to solve the problems of modernity, ultimately ushering in a second catastrophic war of unprecedented violence. Drawing on a variety of sources?from films to memoirs?this course will explore the turbulence and dynamism of the interwar years, covering themes such as: the social and cultural legacies of World War I; mass culture and the avant-garde; the emergence of Stalinism within the Soviet Union; and Italian fascism, Nazism, and the Holocaust.
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