1 edition of Culture and politics in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Germany found in the catalog.
Culture and politics in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Germany
|Statement||edited by Hartmut Lehmann.|
|Series||Occasional papers / German Historical Institute -- 8|
|Contributions||Lehmann, Hartmut., German Historical Institute (Washington, D.C.)|
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Politics and Culture in Twentieth-Century Germany Book Description: The cultural history of 20th-century Germany, more perhaps than that of any other European country, was decisively influenced by political forces and developments. Culture and politics in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Germany.
Washington, D.C.: German Historical Institute, © (OCoLC) Online version: Culture and politics in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Germany. Washington, D.C.: German Historical Institute, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type. Examining the ways in which politics and ideology stimulate and shape changes in human science, this book focuses on the cultural sciences in nineteenth and early twentieth-century Germany.
The book argues that many of the most important theoretical directions in German cultural science had their origins in a process by which a general pattern of social scientific. Examining the ways in which politics and ideology stimulate and shape changes in human science, this book focuses on the cultural sciences in nineteenth and early twentieth-century Germany.
The book argues that many of the most important theoretical directions in German cultural science had their origins in a process by which a general pattern.
If the 21st century is the digital age, the 20th century can be characterized as the visual age--the era in which visual activity achieved unprecedented prominence. As this volume richly demonstrates, the visual mode was nowhere more dynamic and powerful during the s than in Germany.
Visual Culture in Twentieth-Century Germany explores a wide spectrum of visual. Politics and Culture in Twentieth-Century Culture and politics in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Germany book (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) William Niven, James Jordan The cultural history of 20th-century Germany, more perhaps than that of any other European country, was decisively influenced by political forces and developments.
John Breuilly brings together a distinguished group of international scholars to examine Germany's history from tofeaturing chapters on economic, demographic and social as well as cultural and intellectual history.
There are also chapters on political and military history covering the revolutionary and Napoleonic wars, the post-Napoleonic period, the. This volume of essays focuses on the relationship between German politics and culture, which is most obvious in the case of the Third Reich and the German Democratic Republic, where the one-party control of all areas of life was extended to the arts; these were expected to conform to the ideals of the day.
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Atlantic Communications examines the historical development of communications technology and its impact on German-American relations from the seventeenth to the twentieth century.
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