HST 252  -  AMERICAN DIVERSITY THROUGH FILM Course Search  

American Diversity Through Film examines the topic of diversity through an interdisciplinary approach that combines historical and cinematic perspectives. The American experience as seen from the viewpoints of different groups, including African-Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, and European immigrants, will be explored through the screening of films that focus on each of these groups, and through discussion of the underlying historical, social, and intellectual background against which the films are set. 3 credits Co-requisite: EGL101.   View Syllabus (pdf)

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