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- two articles/chapters: one on the history and one on the movie

Week 3:

Tuesday, 2007, 4:00–6:30pm

Film Session:

The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc

France, 1999, director: Luc Besson (148 min. DVD)

Thursday, 2007, 4:00-5:15 pm

Lecture Session:

Film and History – History in Film

Required Reading:

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Week 4:

Tuesday, 2007, 4:00–6:30pm

Recitation Sections:

The Myth of Joan of Arc in the Two Movies – A Comparison

Required Reading:

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Questions:

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What can film tell us about the history it purports to address and what can it tell us about the historical context in which it is made?

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What role does the art of moviemaking play in affecting the historical representations in film?

Thursday, 2007, 4:00-5:15 pm

Lecture Session:

The Gender Order of Medieval and Early Modern Warfare

Required Reading:

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Week 5:

Tuesday, 2007, 4:00-6:30 pm

Film Session:

Mutter Courage

East Germany, 1961, directors: Peter Palitzsch and Manfred Weckwerth (151 min. VHS)

Thursday, 2007, 4:00–4:50

Lecture Session:

Soldiers and Civilians in the Thirty Years War and their Movie Perception

Required Reading:

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August 14, 2008

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