Founding Democracy - Visualizing Legitimacy: A Contrastive Comparison of the Early American Republic and Weimar Germany

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Portrait comparisons of 2nd President of Germany, Paul von Hindenburg (left) and 1st President of USA, George Washington (right)
November 18, 2013
4:30PM - 6:00PM
Location
451 Hagerty Hall

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Add to Calendar 2013-11-18 16:30:00 2013-11-18 18:00:00 Founding Democracy - Visualizing Legitimacy: A Contrastive Comparison of the Early American Republic and Weimar Germany Presented by the Department of Comparative Studies and Co-Sponsored by the Center for Folklore Studies.Volker Depkat(Professor of American Studies/Amerikanistik at the University of Regensburg)Dr. Depkat’s talk focuses on the different visual strategies used to depict Washington and Hindenburg and the consequences of those differences on the subsequent success or failure of the republics they helped establish.  Event Flier [pdf][pdf] - Some links on this page are to .pdf files. If you need these files in a more accessible format, please contact patterson.493@osu.edu. PDF files require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader software to open them. If you do not have Reader, you may use the following link to Adobe to download it for free at: Adobe Acrobat Reader. 451 Hagerty Hall Center for Folklore Studies patterson.493@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Presented by the Department of Comparative Studies and Co-Sponsored by the Center for Folklore Studies.

Volker Depkat
(Professor of American Studies/Amerikanistik at the University of Regensburg)

Dr. Depkat’s talk focuses on the different visual strategies used to depict Washington and Hindenburg and the consequences of those differences on the subsequent success or failure of the republics they helped establish.

 

Event Flier [pdf]

[pdf] - Some links on this page are to .pdf files. If you need these files in a more accessible format, please contact patterson.493@osu.edu. PDF files require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader software to open them. If you do not have Reader, you may use the following link to Adobe to download it for free at: Adobe Acrobat Reader.