HISC 530 Class, Race, and Gender
This course explores how popular portrayals and critical interpretations of class, race, ethnicity, and gender have developed throughout the course of American history. Students will read and discuss documents, historical and cultural works, and museum exhibitions that illuminate the experiences and perspectives of a wide range of communities. Class activities will also emphasize the potential of museums and historic sites to work closely and effectively with the diverse populations they serve.
Prerequisites: GrS. Permission of the instructor and the director is required for students not enrolled in CGP.
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