HIST 3287: Seeing History through Comics: New Perspectives on the Contentious Past

3 CreditsCivic Life and EthicsHistorical Perspectives

Comic-form histories offer new perspectives on the past. Focusing on cases of contentious history, this course will examine how varying perspectives (shaped by class, gender, race, or geo-political position) appear in comic histories. We will compare comic accounts with more traditional forms of historical analysis of select contentious events of modern U.S., European, African and East Asian history.

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