AP/HIST3617 3.0 M: Popular Culture & US Identity, 1900-45

Offered by: HIST


Winter 2021


Cancelled: Course Delivery





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course examines the intersection of popular culture and political economy to explore how American identity changed between 1900 and 1945. Through readings and documentary material on technology, migration, and urbanization, in-class discussion, and lectures, it explores the U.S. between 1900-1945 as both a nation and a complex process, rather than a fixed set of ideas, people, and spaces. Prerequisites: Students must have completed 24 credits to enroll.

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