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Protest Power Popular Culture

"Protest Power Popular Culture" The course explores visions of America expressed through protestmovements on the right and the left. It examines what inspired orprovoked organized activism by citizens across the politicalspectrum and the cultural, political, sexual, and racialidentities expressed by protestors and portrayed in popularmedia. The course introduces students to diverse versions ofAmerica imagined and fought for and to the interdisciplinaryfield of American Studies

Section: IHAMST-140-01
Credits: 4
Faculty: Margaret A Orelup
Days: TR
Times: 4:00PM‑5:45PM (TR)
Start/End Date: 01/21/ - 05/08/
Instruction Method: Lecture-based Learning
Comments: "Protest Power Popular Culture" The course explores visions of America expressed through protestmovements on the right and the left. It examines what inspired orprovoked organized activism by citizens across the politicalspectrum and the cultural, political, sexual, and racialidentities expressed by protestors and portrayed in popularmedia. The course introduces students to diverse versions ofAmerica imagined and fought for and to the interdisciplinaryfield of American Studies

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