History 487R-000: History and Memory Facing Up to the Past


Feb. 12 * MEMORY AND ORAL HISTORY: FIRST PAPER DUE (plus oral report)*



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Feb. 12 * MEMORY AND ORAL HISTORY: FIRST PAPER DUE (plus oral report)*
Feb. 19 Exhuming the Past: Memories of Nazism
Film, “The Nasty Girl” (to be shown outside class time);
Ulrich Herbert, “Good Times, Bad Times: Memories of the Third Reich,” in Life in

the Third Reich, ed. Richard Bessel, pp. 97-110;
Annemarie Tröger, “German Women’s Memories of World War II,” in Behind the

Lines: Gender and the Two World Wars, ed. Margaret Higonnet, pp. 285-299.
Feb. 26 Denying the Past: Memory and Falsification
Lipstadt, Denying the Holocaust
Mar. 5 Memory Vindicated? The David Irving Trial
Evans, Lying About Hitler
Mar. 12 * NO CLASS -- SPRING BREAK *
Mar. 19 * MEMORY AND THE HISTORIANS: SECOND PAPER DUE *
Papers must include a brief statement of the final research project, including a

selection of appropriate sources. A brief oral report will also be presented in class.





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