HIST 3454 Mini-Course: Veterans, Memorials and American Memory

1 hour; 1 credit

Exploration of the relationship between war and memory in the United States since 1865. Using films, fiction and other forms of documentary evidence, the course investigates the various ways public and private memory of war has shaped and been shaped by American social discourse about topics such as gender, race, politics, psychiatry and popular culture.


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