AMST 3112: Prince, Porn, and Public Space: The Cultural Politics of the Twin Cities in the 1980s

3 CreditsHistorical PerspectivesRace, Power, and Justice in the United States

This course uses music (especially Prince and the Replacements), debates around pornography/sex, and shifts around access to public space in order to explore the local culture and national importance of the Twin Cities during the 1980s.

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A Average (3.874)Most Common: A (79%)

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    Effort
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