Pre-requisites: FRE3900/1, GER3900/1, HSS3900/1, RUS3900/1

Aims/Description: This course will examine the visual culture of the long Cold War c 1947-1989, focusing on East and Western Europe and Latin America. A range of visual cultural forms will be studied and these will be set within the social, political and ideological context of the Cold War.

Staff Contact: Prof C Brandist
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work, presentation

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