Students in this graduate seminar on Weimar Germany create an annotated syllabus for an upper-level undergraduate course on a topic of their choosing, related to the Weimar era (1919-1933).
Students used knowledge from course readings and a recorded lecture/slideshow to analyze two primary sources from the period of Germany’s postwar occupation and then to compare their analyses via small group discussion on the LMS.
This collection includes 37 lectures given by George L. Mosse in the Fall of 1982. The topic of these lectures is European Cultural History 1660–1870. They were recorded for the WHA -Radio Series, “University of the Air.” © 1982 University of Wisconsin Board of Regents
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Laurie Marhoefer, Transgender Identities and the Police in Nazi Germany, 51 minute video on YouTube, Carson Lecture, Oregon State University School of History, Philosophy and Religion
Several short podcasts on a variety of themes from the violence of the 1918 Revolution, to film, sexuality, art, and music. Featuring Jochen Hung, Camilla Smith, Katie Sutton, Clarisse Loughrey, Ute Lemper. The Weimar Years 5 episodes – 18 minutes each, podcast, BBC “The Essay,” November 2019 Listen to the podcast here
Mark Roseman, “Flowers for the Heinemans: A Hidden History of Helping Jews”, YouTube video, 1:20:22, Einspruch Lecture at the University of Dallas, October 2019
“The Nazi Policy Against Homosexuals: Policing Behaviour in the People’s Community (Volksgemeinschaft)” video lecture by Jennifer Evans presented for the Center for Austrian Studies and CHGS, cosponsored by Metropolitan State University and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM), February 2018