Anna HájkováUniversity of Warwick (UK) An advanced undergraduate course (a full-year module) on the history of the Holocaust, with a particular focus on race, ethnicity, gender and sexuality, age, identity, and ethical choices. Visit the course site here. Image source: This image was provided to Wikimedia Commons by the German Federal Archive (Deutsches Bundesarchiv) as […]
Robbie AitkenSheffield Hallam University This course is aimed at advanced level undergraduate students. It makes use of a wide variety of primary materials to examine a history of interactions between Africans and Germans and the consequences of this interaction. Students will be introduced to aspects of post-colonial theory, constructions of blackness and race, and debates […]
Jochen HungUniversity of UtrechtDept. of History & Art History “The Experience of Modernity: A Cultural History of Interwar Germany” is a graduate (Master’s-level) course on the Weimar Republic. Image source: By Gartenhallenbad_Fechenheim_Ostseite_03012010.JPG: Urmelbeauftragter, Jürgen Heegmann, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=10794231
Adam BlacklerUniversity of Wyoming An upper-division, undergraduate history course on the history of Nazi Germany and the Holocaust. One of the main assignments is research project using newspapers and the USHMM’s “History Unfolded” project. Image: By United States Army Signal Corps photographer – Harvard Law School Library, Harvard University , Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=13280228
A wide-ranging, interdisciplinary collection of syllabi on European topics hosted by EuropeNow, an online journal published by the Council of European Studies (CES). Link: EuropeNow Syllabus Database Image source: Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3927017
Johanna Schuster-CraigMichigan State University This upper-division German language and culture course analyzes the natural world and our often unnatural technologies that interfere with the ecological order. Intensive work with texts and films dealing with forests, gardens, plants, natural explorers, pollution and atomic disaster. Image: “in the forest” by Wim Vandenbussche is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA […]
This lower-division course explores postwar German history, from the occupation, through the development of two different states, to unification.
This lower-division course investigates important features of German history from the end of the 19th century to the end of World War II.
This lecture course examines central aspects of German history from the 1790s to the eve of World War I, focusing on how a diverse collection of rural peasants became organized in the most powerful state on the
European continent over the course of a century or so, and the problems that developed out of that unique process.
This upper-division course explores the history of Germany in the twentieth-century, with particular attention to Nazism and the Holocaust.