German History

| May 19, 2014

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The primary sources must be obtained by the writer in advance of composing the papers. The idea is not to recite a collection of facts, but rather to identify and interpret important issues, take a stand on them, and then use ideas and events from the past to support your position.
The papers should deploy a clear and specific thesis or main argument in the introduction, which also briefly outlines the main issues under consideration and what the essay intends to accomplish. The body of the essay must provide evidence in support of the thesis, using topic sentences to advance parts of the argument and transitions to link these sub-arguments in a logical order. The conclusion should sum up the main argument and discuss its broader implications.
The papers should be double-spaced, five to seven pages in length, use twelve point Times New Roman font, and include a title that provides insight into the paper’s main point. They also must employ correct spelling, grammar, word choice, and syntax. All quotations and paraphrases from primary and secondary sources should be cited as footnotes or endnotes following the Chicago Manual of Style. For citation instructions, see “Chicago documentation style,”
Paper Topic: Pick one of the following 2 topics. (MUST use exact same book or videos)

Using Nosferatu(dir. F.W. Murnau, 1922), and Der ewige Jude (dir. Fritz Hippler, 1940),, analyze if horror film produced during the Weimar Republic helped establish the Nazi “other”?
Using DenizGöktürk, David Gramling, and Anton Kaes, eds., Germany in Transit: Nation and Migration, 1955-2005 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007), analyze discussions of guest workers in the Democratic Republic and Federal Republic. What did the foreign laborer signify in East and West Germany?
Sources: Those Youtube videos or a book Germany in Transit: Nation and Migration, 1955-2005 should be the only and primary source(s) of the essay. It means the essay must be written based on those videos or the book. You can add 1~2 secondary sources if it is necessary but NO MORE than 1~2 additional sources.
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Did the Battle of the Bulge change the outcome of the war?
Martin Luther wrote these propositions in order to engage in a debate with fellow theologians. How do the issues Luther present for debate illustrate the problems in the Church of his day?


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