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1 91 6 WAR BULLETINS 600000 KILLED IN ADVANCE 0N WESTERN HEROIC SOLDIERS PAV ULTIMATE PRICE T0 PATCH 0F MUD SAFE FOR DEMOCRACY These 4 Inches of Mud No Longer Bow Before Whlp o Tyrmny Sly Brmah Command 7 Jolly Good Brit Boys Die 1 Cheerio CanDo Deaths launn srmirs PEHISWH nmmw mums E Armistice 11 21111 111118 l 1 During somel life ectancy AR OVER AS FRANZ FERDINAND FOU Fares Loan and mum wims Simpll Misundetshndinn liuly Ennlnst Full Playu I39lnl UnlncnuIu II TwentyFifth Anniversary Edition The Modern 20th century 1 HE GREAT WAR From innocence to irony IRONY LACK OF PROPORTIONALITY 10 million people are destroyed because ofl 39 tion 7 France 2 million dead 2730 of class s of 101 1915 Gennanv i 44657 lost a leg 20877 lost an arm PAUL FUSSELL Winner of he Nmimm Bank Award and Ihc Nllliumll Bunk Crilicx Circle Award mm x DENMARK 39ZREAT BRITAIN I lmdun V V 1JIIIL39 I Pam may IRANCII Private Sphere Embourgeoisemem Week 4 7 Lecture 2 7 February 2008 Hg iii l g lm i g wb cg am Wham 5321 gt11 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temple to procreationquot Remember birthrates contraception Edouard Manet bwzpia 1863 Prostitute becomes a metaphor for urban In edemi ty Victorian brothel Decorated just like home PnVate v Public Procreati 011 v Pleasure Spher of 19 hc urbaI II TRODUCTION VOLUNEI 1 wt contmceptive de 39IL I e all located on one 39e1 e t the 111111 of the cent39ul the 39e1 e lled x 39 39 th condom me Animal membrane condo mbber and latex mod 7 how the condom emreprenea Juliu ch 33 PARIS Ie Bo gt n I 9 x Q I 39 predated mlcanized 011ed Iron Europe B 1890 had launched a succe uld make me inn Imperialism Comstock Law USA mmw quotmm m mi wanna M magnum W V t 5 M C hildre louver productive AndreHenri Dargel The Hupgv Fumin embaurgeaisemenr eating bourgeois culturequot DAYS Invention of Clinstlllas Christmas was banned in Boston Gift m by the Puritans 7 an enforced workday Medieval Catholic pagan con mimsite103970011tent t39e1mni homeampmini id1290 21 First Christmas Tree in England 1841 12 Victoria Liiszberz the Christian Ti be Private spherequot 22 hmnmr 1 Christina religious holiday It is one componei in the process of embourgeoisemenf 24 woker 1893 26 27 Robert Schumann Kinderszenen Scenes 39om Child700d 1838 Solo piano pieces to be played at homequot 2 quotHobbyhorseman imitates rhythm of child rocking toyhorse toys childhood Xmas 4L quotSleeping Child 5 31 SUM Invention of home in 19th c 7 Home separate from work 7 Place where politics don t happen 7 Woman s job protect and raise children 7 No longer a productive unit but the place where ve happen nurtured fed warm STEPHANIE COONTZ 32 0 How is gendered pri solution for 1node1nl ulienutio Home as haven in heartless world onl source of ident1t unit safet stabilit continuit in wor 7 al and re 39olution Security in revolutionar age Paradox unchanging private e Ibles change in public sphere No matter how much things change I the male can a1 come home to what is unchanging w of Unintended Consequences The end of traditional 1narriage coincides ith roinanticisin leads to question What is marriage to 7 gt Hismry 39mrmlnrlvr m me Lou mqmrnl hrrmyr E J a RAFF End of traditionalquot marriage as economic unit and turn to modern marriage as emotional unit entails new mentalities i e new hardware entails new software If marriage is no longer emotionally warm can it be ended Divorce an evolving issue in 19th century Example ofFrance 1792 divorce introduced quoti f 7 7 1803 Code Napole39on modi ed 1816 illegal L k 1884 reintroduced E G R A F F NB Coontz USA highest divorce rate by 1900 high WORLDFILMS MM HUI39I39HH World without divorce suicide liBovagy l lt q mum i iag g Il L 19 EJGRAFF 34 W tis a Nati01 pan 2 Week 8 7 Lecture 1 11 March 21 8 I Wings Iskauxim 2 1 Manna 55 1mm A 7 0 v in 2111mm 1mmquot gtgt quotm we Mmquot wwwm mg l iom mix mind Masai ll mum 3L mam mm wumnmlm i 1 W11 1 Hmiamimw m mm miniammwiz xxx am We imam mm nmn umm m m 5am t3 umm s mm hmhmm a N 2 W I m m b WWW Pew sum 4 Wham mm Emirmfg th inkm 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canlorum The Boston Gamerafaquot 39 Simple Gm mm quotWquot rm Shakers htt Aaron Copland Appalachian Springquot Folk Clothing Bavarian T irolermt Leader703611 What is Ger111a11 Note irony B i v 39 may just wanted to be Bavavizm in one am smuing mament Is ma so wrong 1391quot 93m Carl HaagEvening at Balmoral 1854 39 Scottish Highland Society founded 1 Scottish Bavarian primitive people With charm of endangered species hence collections Literature departments PUBLIC SCHOOLS 7 teach national language not minis MONTMJENTS ctor Hug Romantic reaction against Enlightenment Middle Age Eugene Emmanuel ViolletleDuc 0th the word and the thing are modernquot Iema c Dictionmy ofArcln en ure lSSIh C The need for an Other THE IUNS CAPTURED SOME OF OUR FISHERMEN IN TIIE NORTH SEA ANDTOOILTTIEM T0 SENNEIAGER HEV CHARQEO THEM WITIIQLIT A SIIITED OF EVIDENCE WITH BEING I I AVERS I IEY ORDEREDTHEMTD BE PUNISIIEIJ WITHOUT A TRIAL AT FUN HMENT CONSISTED IN SHAVING ALL TIIE IIAIR UFF DNE SIDE OF THE HEAD AND FACE 39HE T MARCHED THEIR VICTIMS THROUGH THESTREETS AND EXPOSED THEM To LACE THE JEERS OF THE ERMAN UOPU vRITISHLAILORSI OOKI LEADIANDEIEMEMBERI Seapegoating a need to portray LIBERTY BONDS ation self as uni ed coherent cohesive b ojeeting undesnable onto another External fbreign nations Internal race eg Jewish phrenological measuring A icanAmerican lynchingz Ca 1870 onward Imperialism Racialism ENationalism embourgeoisement Honor Daumier La R publique 1848 MASS I i EETi N G SLAVERY CODE mqnm HF mu lm Richard Wagner The Ring Cycle Ru Ann WAGNI R m RI N G NmELUNGEN DAS RHENGOLD 0 DIE WALKURE SECHHID I GoYIEnDAMMLRUNc UM IIIIR I P B THE RING CYCLE l J Rhine Gold 1869 i 2 Valkyrie1870 Siegfried 1871 wilight of the Gods 1874 Vittgiyme Valkyries Old Norse V39alkylja quotCh er of the a39 1 l mythologv maidens the sewed a1 he battle ek to ChL thy of a place in 1 mg helmets and M A 1 ud of the Valk This 1 20 Twilight of the Gods Garrerdc39immerzmg Siegfrieds Iquot Wife Brui Gods must die in order for peace and harmony to be reestablished among humanity 21 Canal1mm RICHARD 3 WAUES ALSO SPRACH ZAPATHU Amy M LAW 2 nunmus A DON LIAN STRA Richard Strauss Also S praclz Zarathustra 22 H1517 Hill 61 er DUGGAN Ln exgme dein Angeli n 23 ii gin of the Angel Compare nation and religion in Italx quot with the problem of German what Italians have in K La V ergine degli Angeli 39 uo manta e E mi proteoga Di Dio l39Angelo 24


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