Desenvolvido por:   Universidade da Califórnia, Santa Cruz

  • Murray Baumgarten

    Ministrado por:    Murray Baumgarten, Distinguished Professor of English & Comparative Literature

    Literature

  • Peter Kenez

    Ministrado por:    Peter Kenez, Professor Emeritus

    History
Language
English
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Avaliado em 4.6 de 5 decorrente de 108 avaliações

Took this course for job purposes. It is great for everyone, although I believe that people with some background in comparative literature will benefit from it the most,

Sensitive and erudite double-handed presentation by the two profs. Informative - it is of course meant to be educational.

From separate perspectives of literature and history they maintain an engaging tension that avoids personalisation whilst being clear that personal it really is.

I really could do with them supervising me as Phd student (an elderly on). I would sit happily at their feet.

Fascinating insights!

Dark and disturbing though the course material is, this course is an absolute must for all who are interested in the Shoah and the depths of mans' inhumanity.



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