"Rethinking German Modernities" Conference co-sponsored by Institute for Historical Studies
Thu, February 12, 2009 • UT Campus
Modern German history was once dominated by the Sonderweg thesis, or the premise that Germany’s cataclysmic twentieth century could be explained by its failure in the nineteenth century to follow the normative path of modernization as supposedly epitomized by France and Great Britain.
Sponsored by: Institute for Historical Studies, College of Liberal Arts, Dept. of Germanic Studies, Center for European Studies