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|HIST 375 - The Outlaw in American Culture|
This survey approaches the outlaw both as imagined in fiction, film, and music and as a real historical subject. Special attention is paid to how changing understandings of the "outlaw" correspond to specific moments in American history such as the settling of the West, gangsterism in the Great Depression, the rise of Black Power, and the development of new technology involving internet hacktivists. Legal and other-than-legal responses to the outlaw are also considered.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
Social Sciences Division
American Studies, Film Studies, Women's and Gender Studies
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