American Radicalism

AMCULT 348
HIST 346

Starting with abolitionism and early women's rights, this course examines 150 years in the development of a modern Left in the U.S., highlighting labor-based radicalism as well as militant protest by people of color, feminists, antiwar activists, disaffected youth, and other liberation advocates of the latter 20th century, culminating with recent "anti-globalization" activism.

Credits: 
4
School(s)/College(s): 
Literature, Science, & Arts » American Culture
Semesters: 
Fall 2017
Fall 2015