This immersion provides students with the opportunity to study the American arts through a variety of disciplines, including painting, architecture, film, photography, music, theatre, and mass media. Each course presents American art within the context of the broader current of American life, including its history, philosophy, social, and cultural traditions.
|Choose three courses from the following:*|
|FNRT-372||American Film of the Studio Era|
|FNRT-373||American Film Since the Sixties|
|FNRT-374||Art in the Age of the New Deal|
|FNRT-378||Memory, Memorials, and Monuments|
|FNRT-384||Art of Dying|
|FNRT-201||Music in the U.S.|
|FNRT-203||American Popular and Rock Music|
|FNRT-321||Music Since 1900|
|FNRT-322||Survey of Jazz|
|FNRT-323||Survey of African-American Music|
|FNRT-324||Sounds of Protest|
|FNRT-325||American Popular Song|
|FNRT-327||American Musical Theatre|
* Students must take at least one course from each category.