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Term : Summer 2017
Catalog Year : 2016-2017

CINE 267 - The Cinema Of America's 1960s

Description: This course focuses on the social, political and cultural struggles that engulfed America during the 1960s. Starting with the later 1950s that placed these issues on the public agenda to the early 1970s that saw many of them disappear, students will study how issues related to racial/ethnic inequality, feminism, sexuality and cold war politics were addressed in period films and their lasting impact on American culture. Letter grade only.

Units: 3

No sections currently offered.

Requirement Designation: Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry

Liberal Studies Essential Skills: Critical Thinking, Effective Writing