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HIST 490T Seminar for Majors in History - MUSIC IN USA
Selected problems in the theory and practice of historical work. Check with the department for course offerings. Restricted to fourth year students majoring in History or in the History and Philosophy of Science. Also open to History Honours students.
- This course is restricted to students
with one of these specializations: MAJ HIST
with one of these specializations: HON HIST -OR-
with one of these specializations: MAJ HIPH
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|HIST 490T 101||Seminar||1||Wed||12:00||14:00|
(HIST 490 is intended for History majors, History honours students, and students majoring in the history and philosophy of science, but students from other departments may register if they obtain the instructor's permission.)
Music and Politics in the United States:
The contributions of music to American political life can be easy to observe but hard to assess. What is the point of a presidential campaign song? How can we measure the impact of a protest song? And what does a larger history of music and politics tell us about the American political experience? This course provides a foundation for thinking through the political implications of American music and a framework for considering how and why connections between music and politics may have changed over time. Beginning in the colonial period and continuing through to present day we explore how Americans of all kinds have approached the politicization of music and ask what light a musical perspective can shed on the connections between American art, culture, society, and power.