*Activity 2A!Debate on the Woman Question: Suffrage and Patriotism ThThe West, Ch. 20: “The Consolidation of Nation-States,” pp. 546-575.
[M] Primary Sources—Nations and Nationalisms
*Activity 2B!Debate on Nation and Nationalism Week 8 (Mar 27-29): World War I and its Global Aftermath Tu The West, Ch. 21: “Global Empire and European Culture,” pp. 576-603.
[M] Primary Sources—Imperialism
*Activity 2C!Debate on the Berlin Conference (1884-1885) Th The West, Ch. 22: “World War I: The End of Enlightenment,” pp. 604-631.
[M] Günter Grass, “1914-1918,” My Century, pp. 32-45.
[M] Primary Sources—The Great War
Ernst Jünger, excerpt from Storm of Steel (1920)
Erich Remarque, excerpt from All Quiet on the Western Front (1928)
Handout: image collection of World War I propaganda posters
*Activity 2D!Debate on the Paris Peace Conference (1919) Week 9 (Apr 3-5): Spring Break, no Class Week 10 (Apr 10-12): The Rise of Fascism and World War II TuThe West, Ch. 23: “The Troubled Interwar Years,” pp. 632-655.
[M] Alison Owings, excerpts from Frauen: German Women Recall the Third Reich, pp. 17-31, 54-67, 185-196.
Week 11 (Apr 17-19): The Holocaust TuSpiegelman, The Complete Maus: Book I
*Quiz 2: Geography and Chronology Th Spiegelman, The Complete Maus, Book II
*Activity 2E!Debate on Resistance and Collaboration (1945-1955) Week 12 (Apr 24-26): The Aftermath of World War and Origins of the Cold War Tu The West, Ch. 25: “Decolonization and the Cold War,” pp. 682-694.
[M] Primary Sources—Cold War
Handouts: Propaganda posters
*Revised Paper Due! Th The West, Ch. 25: “Decolonization and the Cold War,” pp. 694-713.
[M] Primary Sources—Decolonization
Week 13 (May 1-3): European Integration, or Not Tu The West, Ch. 26: “Western Civilization and the Global Community,” pp. 714-747.
Th Drakulic, How We Survived Communism and Even Laughed, pp. 1-103.
Week 14 (May 8-10): Continued Contestations Tu Drakulic,How We Survived Communism and Even Laughed, pp. 104-197.
*Activity 3! A Day/Week/Month in the Life of the Cold War, presentations Th Final Exam Review *Final Exam—Thursday May 17, 2012—11:30am-1:30pm. Bring a contemporary news source to share with the class illuminating a particular issue facing “the New Europe.”