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HIST4082

American Popular Music
Credit Hours:
3 hours

American popular music from the 1830s through the late twentieth century, focusing on popular music as an arena for debate about civic identity, involving an extraordinary range of Americans. Course topics and sub-themes include African- American, Euro-American, and Latin-American influences, the business of popular music, gender, and countercultures.

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Senior Lecturer

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