It’s our first day and we’re thinking about the ways we might apply our knowledge of the history of race, class, and gender to our careers as museum professionals.Read more "Are museums inclusive of all points of view?"
This course examines representations of class, race, and gender in American culture from 1900 to the present. Its primary objective is to introduce students to a range of nonfiction and fiction works that explore one or more of these key concepts. Engaging with the texts in this course will provide the basis for a rich […]Read more "Class, Race, and Gender"
Welcome to the Cooperstown Graduate Program’s Spring 2008 Class, Race, and Gender course blog.Read more "Our class blog"