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THET290

Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in American Theatre and Culture, 1750-1900

Since the first colonial encounter with the indigenous peoples of the Americas, complex issues of race, gender, and ethnic identity have shaped our collective efforts to engage, interact, and survive as a new nation. Our cities, our monuments, our homes, are all built on the bodies of the dead and our landscapes are haunted by those who left work unfinished the work of women's rights, religious freedom, racial tolerance, and many other compelling concerns of class, gender, and ethnic identity. This class explores how theatre engaged with these complex issues; it covers the period 1750-1900.

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Average GPA: 3.28 between 102 students

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