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FNRT 324: Sounds of Protest

This course is designed to explore the variety of ways music has served as commentary on and/ or symbolic representation of social circumstances and events in America and throughout the world, historically and in the present. Students will research, listen to, analyze, and discuss music representing a variety of genres, styles, and cultures, ranging from various forms of European and American folk, popular, and concert music to selected non-western music. Topics will include race, gender, sexuality, economics, class, war, and politics, among others.

Class: 
3
Credit: 
3