German Cinema

German Cinema

Prefix: 
GER
Course Number: 
361

A history of the cinema in the German-speaking world from its beginnings to the present, emphasizing the evolution of the production, distribution and reception of film in relation to changing political, social, economic, ideological and literary/artistic contexts. Some consideration of film theory and criticism in conjunction with class discussion of individual films. Viewing of films (silent or German dialogue with English subtitles) outside of class is required. Class taught in English.

Sections

Spring 2018
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
GER 361-001 3.0 Rm.219 N. Jeff Rogers
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