AMST 8231/ HIST 5831 Cultural Fallout: The Cold War and its Legacy will be offered for the Spring 2017 semester. This course will examine the culture of the Cold War as it developed in the years after World War II, how it affected and reflected the domestic politics, public policies, and civic life in the postwar era, the impact of domestic anti-communism, and the influence of American cultural politics abroad. We will examine how the Cold War shaped gender expectations, sexuality, class relations, citizenship, racial justice and civil rights, and how its legacy has affected American politics, culture, and social life in the years since. Professor Elaine May Tyler will teach this course, it will be held on Tuesday from 3:35PM- 5:30PM in Folwell Hall 116. Click here for more information.
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