HIST 177 SC - The U.S. in the 1920s: Fords, Flappers, and Fundamentalists
Conjuring up images of the Jazz Age, the decade between the Great War and the Great Depression saw the birth of modernity. This course will explore this contradictory transformation: The Harlem Renaissance and the Lost Generation; mass-consumer culture and the New Woman, the revolt against Victorianism and fundamentalism, pluralism, and nativism. By the end of the semester, we will be able to answer the question, "How did the 1920s roar?"
Course Credit: 1.0
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