165_2020_07.pptx - Fairy Tales and Society CONTEXT DEPENDENT SYMBOLISM Today\u2019s class Poll 1 Break out rooms Applying Holbek\u2019s model and the various

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Fairy Tales and Society CONTEXT DEPENDENT SYMBOLISM
Today’s class Poll 1 Break out rooms: Applying Holbek’s model and the various approaches to symbolism to tales from “All the World’s Reward” A more substantial introduction to social organization and economic/political change in 19 th century Scandinavia Break out rooms: Reinterpreting your earlier work Poll 2
Today’s class Poll 1 Break out rooms: Applying Holbek’s model and the various approaches to symbolism to tales from “All the World’s Reward” A more substantial introduction to social organization and economic/political change in 19 th century Scandinavia Break out rooms: Reinterpreting your earlier work Poll 2
Today’s class Poll 1 Break out rooms: Applying Holbek’s model and the various approaches to symbolism to tales from “All the World’s Reward” A more substantial introduction to social organization and economic/political change in 19 th century Scandinavia Break out rooms: Reinterpreting your earlier work Poll 2
Assignments Room 1: The 12 Ravens Room 2: The White Serpent Kingson Room 3: Perselia Room 4: The Golden Apple Room 5: Fetching the Fire
Today’s class Poll 1 Break out rooms: Applying Holbek’s model and the various approaches to symbolism to tales from “All the World’s Reward” A more substantial introduction to social organization and economic/political change in 19 th century Scandinavia Break out rooms: Reinterpreting your earlier work Poll 2
The Nordic Countries 177 8
Political Organization End of the 18 th century: absolute monarchies on the edge of dissolution After the Reformation, monarchs no longer have to share power with the Catholic church 1809 Swedish absolute monarchy falls (coup after the defeat in the Finnish war/Russia) 1814 Norway moves out from under Danish crown 1848 Denmark’s absolute monarchy falls peacefully Iceland independence in 1944 (although it was an independent kingdom already in 1848—of course with the Danish king as king…)

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