Analysing European Romanticism - Audio http://deimos3.apple.com/WebObjects/Core.woa/Browse/itunes.open.ac.uk-dz.4185080847.04185080849 The Open University Analysing European Romanticism - Audio Art & Architecture The Open University en no The Open University 2009 b.hawkridge@open.ac.uk The principal tenets of the movement known as Romanticism first began in Germany and England, with the former pioneering the moral and philosophical beliefs and the latter producing the first Romantic artists and poets. This album concentrates on the development and spread of Romanticism in mainland Europe, analysing in clear, concise terms the metaphysical questions and beliefs that engendered the movement, along with the cultural and historical contexts that encouraged its development. The album also explores how Romanticism spread and was adopted in other countries, concentrating on how intellectual progress was often hindered by societal pressures and prejudices. This material forms part of The Open University course A207 From Enlightenment to Romanticism c.1780-1830. true Analysing European Romanticism A short introduction to this album. A short introduction to this album. A short introduction to this album. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/audio/a207europeanromanticismintro.mp3 Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:31:48 GMT The Open University 0:01:07 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 1 Transcript -- Analysing European Romanticism Transcript -- A short introduction to this album. A short introduction to this album. A short introduction to this album. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/transcript/a207europeanromanticismintro.pdf Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:31:47 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 2 Breaking the Enlightenment mould German Romanticism began as a philosophical departure from Enlightenment thinking, centralising human experience and transcendence from the purely rational. This succinct discussion contextualises that shift. German Romanticism began as a philosophical departure from Enlightenment thinking, centralising human experience and transcendence from the purely rational. This succinct discussion contextualises that shift. German Romanticism began as a philosophical departure from Enlightenment thinking, centralising human experience and transcendence from the purely rational. This succinct discussion contextualises that shift. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/audio/a207europeanromanticism02.mp3 Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:30:48 GMT The Open University 0:07:09 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 3 Transcript -- Breaking the Enlightenment mould Transcript -- German Romanticism began as a philosophical departure from Enlightenment thinking, centralising human experience and transcendence from the purely rational. This succinct discussion contextualises that shift. German Romanticism began as a philosophical departure from Enlightenment thinking, centralising human experience and transcendence from the purely rational. This succinct discussion contextualises that shift. German Romanticism began as a philosophical departure from Enlightenment thinking, centralising human experience and transcendence from the purely rational. This succinct discussion contextualises that shift. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/transcript/a207europeanromanticism02.pdf Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:30:47 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 4 Romanticism and the religious crisis Once more reacting against the Enlightenment, Romantic philosophy eschewed traditional religion, rejecting historical claims in favour of modern reason and re-appraisal of biblical texts. Once more reacting against the Enlightenment, Romantic philosophy eschewed traditional religion, rejecting historical claims in favour of modern reason and re-appraisal of biblical texts. Once more reacting against the Enlightenment, Romantic philosophy eschewed traditional religion, rejecting historical claims in favour of modern reason and re-appraisal of biblical texts. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/audio/a207europeanromanticism03.mp3 Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:29:48 GMT The Open University 0:05:10 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 5 Transcript -- Romanticism and the religious crisis Transcript -- Once more reacting against the Enlightenment, Romantic philosophy eschewed traditional religion, rejecting historical claims in favour of modern reason and re-appraisal of biblical texts. Once more reacting against the Enlightenment, Romantic philosophy eschewed traditional religion, rejecting historical claims in favour of modern reason and re-appraisal of biblical texts. Once more reacting against the Enlightenment, Romantic philosophy eschewed traditional religion, rejecting historical claims in favour of modern reason and re-appraisal of biblical texts. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/transcript/a207europeanromanticism03.pdf Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:29:47 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 6 Urbanity and romantic irony The Romantic philosophy created an intriguing relationship between writer and text, encouraging co-authorship and unfinished works. This discussion explores this intriguingly reflexive and critical approach. The Romantic philosophy created an intriguing relationship between writer and text, encouraging co-authorship and unfinished works. This discussion explores this intriguingly reflexive and critical approach. The Romantic philosophy created an intriguing relationship between writer and text, encouraging co-authorship and unfinished works. This discussion explores this intriguingly reflexive and critical approach. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/audio/a207europeanromanticism04.mp3 Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:28:48 GMT The Open University 0:07:53 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 7 Transcript -- Urbanity and romantic irony Transcript -- The Romantic philosophy created an intriguing relationship between writer and text, encouraging co-authorship and unfinished works. This discussion explores this intriguingly reflexive and critical approach. The Romantic philosophy created an intriguing relationship between writer and text, encouraging co-authorship and unfinished works. This discussion explores this intriguingly reflexive and critical approach. The Romantic philosophy created an intriguing relationship between writer and text, encouraging co-authorship and unfinished works. This discussion explores this intriguingly reflexive and critical approach. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/transcript/a207europeanromanticism04.pdf Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:28:47 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 8 Goethe As a benchmark figure of modernity, Goethe maintained an intriguing relationship with the Romantics, from early support and engagement to eventual dismissal and vitriolic attack. As a benchmark figure of modernity, Goethe maintained an intriguing relationship with the Romantics, from early support and engagement to eventual dismissal and vitriolic attack. As a benchmark figure of modernity, Goethe maintained an intriguing relationship with the Romantics, from early support and engagement to eventual dismissal and vitriolic attack. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/audio/a207europeanromanticism05.mp3 Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:27:48 GMT The Open University 0:06:00 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 9 Transcript -- Goethe Transcript -- As a benchmark figure of modernity, Goethe maintained an intriguing relationship with the Romantics, from early support and engagement to eventual dismissal and vitriolic attack. As a benchmark figure of modernity, Goethe maintained an intriguing relationship with the Romantics, from early support and engagement to eventual dismissal and vitriolic attack. As a benchmark figure of modernity, Goethe maintained an intriguing relationship with the Romantics, from early support and engagement to eventual dismissal and vitriolic attack. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/transcript/a207europeanromanticism05.pdf Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:27:47 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 10 Romanticism in France French Romanticism took its philosophical cues from Germany and literary inspiration from England, developing a unique approach and adding to the core of aesthetic theory. French Romanticism took its philosophical cues from Germany and literary inspiration from England, developing a unique approach and adding to the core of aesthetic theory. French Romanticism took its philosophical cues from Germany and literary inspiration from England, developing a unique approach and adding to the core of aesthetic theory. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/audio/a207europeanromanticism06.mp3 Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:26:48 GMT The Open University 0:11:36 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 11 Transcript -- Romanticism in France Transcript -- French Romanticism took its philosophical cues from Germany and literary inspiration from England, developing a unique approach and adding to the core of aesthetic theory. French Romanticism took its philosophical cues from Germany and literary inspiration from England, developing a unique approach and adding to the core of aesthetic theory. French Romanticism took its philosophical cues from Germany and literary inspiration from England, developing a unique approach and adding to the core of aesthetic theory. http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/transcript/a207europeanromanticism06.pdf Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:26:47 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 12 Romanticism in Spain Romanticism was adopted fairly late in Spain, because of societal and religious pressures on intellectual life, How did Spanish writers approach and appropriate the philosophy? Romanticism was adopted fairly late in Spain, because of societal and religious pressures on intellectual life, How did Spanish writers approach and appropriate the philosophy? Romanticism was adopted fairly late in Spain, because of societal and religious pressures on intellectual life, How did Spanish writers approach and appropriate the philosophy? http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/audio/a207europeanromanticism07.mp3 Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:25:48 GMT The Open University 0:13:52 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 13 Transcript -- Romanticism in Spain Transcript -- Romanticism was adopted fairly late in Spain, because of societal and religious pressures on intellectual life, How did Spanish writers approach and appropriate the philosophy? Romanticism was adopted fairly late in Spain, because of societal and religious pressures on intellectual life, How did Spanish writers approach and appropriate the philosophy? Romanticism was adopted fairly late in Spain, because of societal and religious pressures on intellectual life, How did Spanish writers approach and appropriate the philosophy? http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/a207-european-romanticism/transcript/a207europeanromanticism07.pdf Mon, 19 Oct 2009 01:25:47 GMT The Open University 0:00:00 no Art & Architecture The Open University no 14