MUSC 4435 Disability in America
3 hours; 3 credits
This course explores how American culture has and continues to shape and reflect ideas about ability and disability. Topics include: History of disability in the social, political, and environmental fabric of American society; talking about disability in medical ethics; negotiating constructed boundaries, stereotypes, and representations of disability; disability in arts and performance; American disability memoires. Students will be expected to participate in class and group work, do low-risk writing, give presentations, and complete final papers/projects. This course is the same as AMST 3710 and PHIL 3304.
Prerequisites: English 1010
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