Oct 27, 2020  
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HI 326 - Manhood in America


Credits: 3
An investigation of manhood and masculinity in American history from the colonial era through modern times. Students will explore a number of topics, including the link between gender and early American religion, the impact of conceptions of manliness on western expansion and foreign affairs, manhood and the sporting life in antebellum cities, the rise of a homosexual subculture in Gilded Age New York City, and shifting definitions of manhood in contemporary America.  
Note(s): (Fulfills humanistic inquiry.)
E. Morser



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