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Americans and Their Presidents

History 3420 - Fall 2019

How have Americans understood what it means to be President of the United States? This seminar uses that question as a point of departure for a multidisciplinary cultural approach to the presidency in the United States, examining the shifting roles of the chief executive from George Washington through Donald Trump. In addition to a consideration of the President's political and policymaking roles, this course examines how the lived experiences of presidents have informed the ways Americans have conceived of public and private life within a broader political culture. In the process, this course uses the presidency as a means to explore topics ranging from electioneering to gender, foreign policy to popular media. Readings are drawn from a broad range of fields.
Course Attributes: EN HBU HumBU BAAS HUMFA HUMAR HUM

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Americans and Their Presidents
INSTRUCTOR: Kastor
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Section 02

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Section E

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Section F

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