American Dissent

American Dissent

This Writing Seminar explored the achievements — and limits — of social movements and ideas opposed to the status quo. Students analyzed Frederick Douglass’s 1852 speech about the meaning of Independence Day, examined historical, architectural, and financial perspectives on the Woodstock Music and Art Fair of 1969 and conducted their own research projects investigating an act, movement, or theory of dissent of their own choosing.

American Dissent 2019-06-28T23:57:45+05:00
This project is available to course participants only.
Instructor(s): Sean Cashbaugh

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