20th Century European Culture
An examination of fascism as an ideology which dominated the political and cultural life of Europe in the first half of the century. Readings in various disciplines, such as economics, sociology, education, art, psychology, philosophy, religion, and music, augment the investigation of this totalitarian ideology. The legacy of fascism in current political developments, both in Europe and in other areas of the world, is also examined. This course fulfills the Cultural Perspectives requirement of the Doane Plan. Cross-referenced with International Studies 317.