CLST 325: Understanding Cultural Studies Report a Broken Link

Cultural Studies 325: Understanding Cultural Studies introduces the history and origins of cultural studies. Students learn to identify, analyze, and discuss several key theoretical debates about what constitutes cultural studies. The course provides examples of the range of approaches that continue to shape and reshape the ever-expanding boundaries of the field.

The following items are required readings for the course. Additional required readings are found in the textbooks and on the course website.

Unit 2


Theoretical Influences and Key Debates
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Unit 3


Texts and Contexts
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Unit 4


Classic Examples
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Unit 5


The Future of Classical Studies

Bose, Martina. " 'Race' and Class in the 'Post-subcultural' Economy." The Post-subcultures Reader. Eds. David Muggleton and Rupert Weinzierl. Oxford: Berg, 2003. 167-180.

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Kahn, Richard, and Douglas Kellner. "Internet Subcultures and Oppositional Politics." The Post-subcultures Reader. Eds. David Muggleton and Rupert Weinzierl. Oxford: Berg, 2003. 299-313.

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