History and the Politics of American Memory

In this course students will study the relationship between history, memory, politics, and 20th Century American warfare. Examining multiple forms used to convey historical information - includingphotography, film, memorials/museums, monuments, children's literature, memoirs, television and digital sites- students will consider how "collective memory-making" has intersected with the changing and contested histories of 20th century American wars.

Sister Courses: HIST289A, HIST289B, HIST289C, HIST289E, HIST289I, HIST289K, HIST289L, HIST289N, HIST289O, HIST289R, HIST289T, HIST289V, HIST289Y

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