GRMN 3630

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Memory, History, Narrative
Credit Hours: 
3

How do societies remember? What do societies, groups, and individuals choose to remember and forget, and why? How are memories and family stories passed down through the generations? Taking these broad questions as our guide, this seminar centers more specifically on public acts of remembrance in Germany, German cities as sites of remembrance, literature and film as media of memory, and European memory culture. Taught in German.

Satisfies the Franklin College Literature requirement.

Prerequisites: 
GRMN 3010
Semester Offered: 
Spring
 
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