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THE HISTORY OF JEWISH LIFE IN BERLIN
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Germany - Free University of Berlin - 'Free Univ. Berlin'
UC Course SubjectHistory
German
Number & Suffix: 165 J
Full UC Title: THE HISTORY OF JEWISH LIFE IN BERLIN 
Transcript Title: HIST JEWISH BERLIN 
UC QTR Units - Division: 4.5 - Upper Division 
Course Description: The course examines the history of Jewish life in Berlin from its beginnings in the sixteenth century, to the literary salons of Rahel Levin and Henriette Herz in the nineteenth century, Walter Benjamin's BERLIN CHILDHOOD AROUND 1900, and the descriptions of the musician Konrad Latte, who survived the persecution of the Jews during National Socialism under false identity. The history of German-Jewish life in Berlin did not come to an end in the horrors of the Holocaust, but came to life again after 1989 and has set new cultural accents in the Berlin of the twenty-first century. 
Language of Instruction: German
 
Partner Title: DAS J√úDISCHE BERLIN - STATIONEN EINER KULTURELLEN INTERAKTION VOM 16.-21. JAHRHUNDERT 
Partner University Department: Deutsche Philologie 
Partner University Course Number: 16876