MUS 456a04 - Music and Societies: Race, Gender, and Identity in American Music
Description: Topical examination of American music with a focus on race and identity in the United States. Musical sound is analyzed as text, emphasizing the cultural, social, political, and economic dimensions of genres ranging from art and folk music to jazz, blues, film, commercial, and alternative music.
Credit Hours: 3
Graduate Level Course: This course is approved for graduate credit
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