Senior Seminar: German Literature
German Language and Literatures 433
Can artistic techniques encourage audiences to embrace a radical politics, instigate social change, or create a more critical spectator? This course explores the relationship between aesthetics and politics in film and theater through the work of playwright Bertolt Brecht, especially the key concepts and practices of his epic theater; filmic interpretations and filmed productions of Brecht’s plays; German heirs to the epic theater; and political/experimental films by Godard, Fassbinder, Kluge, and von Trier.
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These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.
|German Language and Literatures 433||Taught by Gabriel Cooper|
|German Language and Literatures 433||Taught by Elizabeth Hamilton|
|German Language and Literatures 433||Taught by Steven Huff|