HST 381 - AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE 1890s-1930s

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Students in this course will chart the rise of several industries, engage in close textual analysis of cultural products such as films and vaudeville performances, and study the reception and social impact of key figures, products, and events in the United States from the 1890s through the 1930s. Cross-listed with AMS 340. Enrollment Requirements: A C- or better in HST 199 (or HST 298) or instructor consent is a prerequisite for this course.
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Fall 2018
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