Cold War Culture

Russian Language, Literature and Culture 222

Usual Description

Approaching the Cold War from a cultural perspective, this course examine how cinema, literature, music and the visual arts reflected this ideological and geopolitical battle. Focusing on the role of art after World War II, in the turbulent 1960s, during the detente era and the years before the U.S.S.R.’s collapse, we will explore how Soviet and American artists interpreted such conflicts as the space race, the arms race and the human rights movement. Lecture/Discussion Format. Taught in English.

Areas of Interest
Russia
Russia
Time Periods

1960 - 1970

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Russian Language, Literature and Culture 222 Taught by Arlene Forman
Russian Language, Literature and Culture 222 Taught by Arlene Forman
Russian Language, Literature and Culture 222 Taught by Arlene Forman