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by Peter M. Daly,Hans Walter Frischkopf,Trudis E. Goldsmith-Reber

eBook Why Weimar?: Questioning the Legacy of Weimar from Goethe to 1999 (McGill European Studies) ePub
Author: Peter M. Daly,Hans Walter Frischkopf,Trudis E. Goldsmith-Reber
Language: English
ISBN: 0820468339
ISBN13: 978-0820468334
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (August 13, 2003)
Pages: 341
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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Peter M. Daly, Hans Walter Frischkopf, Trudis E. Goldsmith-Reber, Horst Richter, eds. Why Weimar? .

Peter M. Why Weimar? Questioning the Legacy of Weimar from Goethe to 1999. Lofty proclamations spoke of the political significance of showcasing the heritage of a town in the former eastern bloc, and many German political figures praised the event as a chance to rejuvenate aging Weimar with investment, tourism, and new cultural attractions.

Contents: Hans Walter Frischkopf: Preface - Peter M. Daly: Introduction - W. Daniel Wilson: Why Not Weimar? . Weimar Year 1999 - Alain Findeli: Goethe and the Bauhaus: An Epistemological Inquiry - Theodore Fiedler: Weimar between Modernism and Heimatkunst: Contrary Visions of Cultural Renewal and National Identity at the Turn of the Century - Rosamunde Neugebauer: Myth and Symbolic Topography: Weimar and Berlin in the 1920s - Willi Jasper: Faust and the Germans - David Pugh: Is It Time to Decentre Classicism?

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Why Weimar?: Questioning the Legacy of Weimar from Goethe to 1999. Goldsmith-Reber. This collection of essays by German and North American specialists explores such topics as architecture, architectural history, art history, cultural studies, German studies, political science, religious studies, sociology, and social history in an assessment of Weimar's legacy from Goethe to 1999.

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The Goethe House (Goethes Wohnhaus) is the main house lived in by the writer, poet, and statesman Johann Wolfgang von Goethe whilst in Weimar, Germany, though he did live in several others in the town. The home serves as the main location of the m. Goethe’s Home with Goethe National Museum - official site. visual tour of the Goethe House - Louis Held.

In 1999, two hundred and fifty years after Goethe’s birth, Weimar was named the European Capital of Culture. This collection of essays by German and North American specialists explores such topics as architecture, architectural history, art history, cultural studies, German studies, political science, religious studies, sociology, and social history in an assessment of Weimar’s legacy from Goethe to 1999. Why Weimar? offers critical reflections on Goethe and his involvement in politics; on the crucial stages in the social history of Weimar; on the uses and misuses of Weimar in the construction of a German cultural identity; on Weimar and its legacy in art history and in literature; on Holocaust memorials; as well as on other issues at the intersection of culture and politics from the Weimar Republic to the Berlin Republic.
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