Spring 2004 Lecture Series

History in Film – Film in History


hosted by the Goethe-Institut Washington

Heimat, Heritage, and the Histories of German Cinema
March 22, 2004
Johannes von Moltke (University of Michigan)
followed by the screening of: Jewboy Levi (Viehjud Levi)

Hollywood’s Great War and Weimar Germany
April 05, 2004
Thomas Saunders (University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
followed by the screening of: What Price Glory?

Cannibalizing History: Recastings of the European-Indigenous Encounter in Brazil
April 19, 2004
Piers Armstrong (Dartmouth College)
followed by the Screening of: Hans Staden

How the West Was Sold: Karl May's America and the German Cinema
May 03, 2004
Christoph Strupp (German Historical Institute, Washington)
followed by the screening of: Apache Gold (Winnetou I)

At the Movies: Film Audiences in the “Third Reich”
May 17, 2004
Sabine Hake, University of Pittsburgh
followed by the screening of: Request Concert (Wunschkonzert)