First Year Seminar
This project explores the use of humor as a coping mechanism throughout the first World War. It focuses on three main aspects: (1) the evolution of humor prior to, contemporary to, and after WWI; (2) the contrast between Germany's strict oppression of humor and France's more free approach; (3) and the distinction between civilian and soldier humor.
This is the author’s version of the work. This publication appears in Gettysburg College’s institutional repository by permission of the copyright owner for personal use, not for redistribution.
Kardash, Maria Christina, "War on Humor: Killing Laughter in Times of Strife" (2023). CAFE Symposium 2023. 6.
French and Francophone Literature Commons, German Literature Commons, Military History Commons
This poster was created based on work completed for FYS 167: The Pity of War, and presented as a part of the eighth annual CAFE Symposium on February 8, 2023.