Skip to main content

German Studies
6084 Dartmouth Hall, Room 333
Hanover, New Hampshire
03755-3511
Telephone: (603) 646-2408
Fax: (603) 646-1474
 
Chair: Ellis Shookman
Ellis.Shookman@dartmouth.edu
 
Administrator: Wadeane Kunz
Wadeane.Kunz@dartmouth.edu
 

Summer 2014 Courses

 Language Study Abroad (LSA): see Programs in Berlin (German 3, 5, 6). Directed by Yuliya Komska


German 42. Topics in German Studies in Translation. Taught at 2A by Michael McGillen. Modernism and the Avant-Garde: Frankfurt School Cultural Theory. Writers of the Frankfurt School (Kracauer, Benjamin, Adorno, Horkheimer) have shaped our understanding of the impact of early 20th-century "modernism" in literature and the arts. Examining their cultural theory alongside avant-garde literature, art, film, and photography, the course will address the Frankfurt School's understanding of mass culture in urban modernity; its insights into the nature of perception under the conditions of new technological media; and its reflections on the relationship between art and politics. Conducted in English. Open to all classes. Dist: SOC. WCULT: W.

Eugène Atget, Avenue des Gobelins (1925)
Eugène Atget, Avenue des Gobelins (1925)
  • German 85. Independent study project. Before the beginning of the term, and after consulting with a faculty member, students submit a proposal to the department.

Last Updated: 5/10/13