GER 3655: Cultures of Control and Surveillance in Germany and the US

3 CreditsCivic Life and EthicsHistorical Perspectives

Discourses and practices of social control and surveillance in comparative/historical perspective. Explores the central conceptual condition for modern ethics: the relationship between individual and society. Paintings, manuals, scholarly and philosophical essays, and literary texts including writings by Franz Kafka.

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