5 edition of Proletarian performance in Weimar Berlin found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -179) and index.
|Series||Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture, Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture (Unnumbered)|
|LC Classifications||PN3307.G4 B64 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||97015691|
Tansel Akzeybek, left, and Vera-Lotte Boecker at the top of the stairs in “Frühlingsstürme,” onstage in Berlin for the first time since its premier in the twilight of the Weimar Republic. Proletarian Performance in Weimar Berlin: Agitprop, Chorus, and Brecht. By Richard Bodek. Columbia, SC: Camden House, xiv + pages. $ Previous studies on Weimar aesthetics often maintained a division between working-class culture, entertainment for mass consumption, and the "high" culture of the bourgeoisie and the intelligentsia.
Published in the fall of , two weeks before the Wall Street crash, Alfred Döblin's Berlin Alexanderplatz is a classic of the turbulent late Weimar period, an era that provides a favorite point of comparison with the politics of our own story of Franz Biberkopf, reissued now in a new edition, is a kind of morality tale. After all, Berlin was a left-wing bastion, and in the election, the Nazis got only percent of the city’s votes. “In , there were no Nazis in Berlin,” said the producer Stefan Arndt.
The League for Proletarian Culture (German: Bund für proletarische Kultur) was a short-lived German left-wing organisation for the promotion of proletarian was founded in Berlin in spring by Alfons Goldschmidt, Arthur Holitscher, and Ludwig Rubiner and was dissolved in early It sought to promote "the eternal values bequeathed by the illustrious spirits of the past.". The second president of the Weimar Republic, Paul von Hindenburg, leaves a polling station in Berlin after voting in the German general election in .
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Moritz Föllmer traces the history of individuality in Berlin from the late s to the construction of the Berlin Wall in August The demand to be recognised as an individual was central to metropolitan society, as were the spectres of risk, isolation and loss of agency.
Karl August Wittfogel (Chinese: 魏復古; pinyin: Wèi Fùgǔ; 6 September – 25 May ) was a German-American playwright, historian, and ally a Marxist and an active member of the Communist Party of Germany, after the Second World War.
It is a message in a bottle from the last moment when German democracy's survival seemed possible. Richard Bodek is Professor of History at the College of Charleston, South Carolina. His book Proletarian Performance in Weimar Berlin was published by Camden House in Get this from a library.
Proletarian performance in Weimar Berlin: Agitprop, chorus, and Brecht. [Richard Bodek] -- The late years of the Weimar Republic were a time of political disillusionment and economic disintegration. Nowhere were the forces competing for.
Donna Harsch; Proletarian Performance in Weimar Berlin: Agitprop, Chorus, and Brecht. By Richard Bodek (Columbia, South Carolina: Camden House, xiv plus.
Avon Books, Nov 1, - Performing Arts - pages 0 Reviews Studies the theater and dramatists of the Weimar Republic to illuminate the ways political ferment, social unrest, and labor struggles were brought to the people through new stage productions and restagings of classic works.
Buy What Will Become of the Children. - A Novel of a German Family in the Twilight of Weimar Berlin by Claire Bergmann, Richard Bodek from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Weimar culture has demonstrated the prevalence of representations of violated ing to Curt Elwenspoek’s book on the criminal police (intended to pop- the investigation reveal a set of social relations in the poorest parts of proletarian Berlin that was at odds with the often salacious and sensational public narratives.
Agitprop (/ ˈ æ dʒ ɪ t p r ɒ p /; from Russian: агитпроп, tr. Agitpróp, portmanteau of "agitation" and "propaganda") is political propaganda, especially the communist propaganda used in Soviet Russia, that is spread to the general public through popular media such as literature, plays, pamphlets, films, and other art forms with an explicitly political message.
It is a message in a bottle from the last moment when German democracy's survival seemed possible. Richard Bodek is Professor of History at the College of Charleston, South Carolina.
His book Proletarian Performance in Weimar Berlin was published by Camden House in Author: Claire Bergmann, Richard Bodek. Bodek, Richard: Proletarian performance in Weimar Berlin: Agitprop, chorus and Brecht.
For example, his work as a labor historian is shown in Proletarian Performance in Weimar Berlin: Agitprop, Chorus, and Brecht, which argues that many works of Weimar modernism emerged from proletarian forms and a proletarian aesthetic sphere.
His interest in intellectual history prompted his co-edited volume, The Fruits of Exile: Central. The book Weimar: A Cultural History is far better than the other books I've read on the period (so far). It is very in-depth; well written - not like an essay like other books which continuously use references or quotes from another source/5(5).Richard Bodek is professor of history at College of Charleston with an interest in working-class and popular culture.
He is author of Proletarian Performance in Weimar Berlin: Agitprop, Chorus, and Brecht and co-editor of The Fruits of Exile: Central European Intellectual Immigration to America in the Age of Fascism.
Share this.In Proletarian Performance in Weimar Berlin: Agitprop, Chorus, and Brecht, he combines many of these interests in a "pithy book [that] is a path-breaking examination of Communist agitprop theater in late Weimar Berlin," as Donna Harsch described the work in Journal of Social History.