AMST/MUS 35A — Rock, Country, and Hip-Hop: History of American Popular Music[ ca oc ]
Formerly offered as MUS 35a.
Examines the historical context, stylistic development, and cultural significance of rock and roll and other closely related genres, spanning the 1950s through the present. Close attention is paid to how political and social changes have interacted with technological innovations through commercial music to challenge, affirm and shape ideas of race, gender, class and sexuality in the United States. Usually offered every third year.