54:360 Social Movements of the 1960's [Naylor]

Prerequisites: 6 credit hours in History or permission of Instructor.

An in-depth study of social movements of the 1960's: the anti-war movement, the "sexual revolution", Black Power, the women's liberation movement, Québec nationalism, the student movement, and the emergence of a youth counter-culture. The emphasis is on North America, although similar developments in Western Europe and Japan will be examined.

3 lecture hours per week, one term

Transfer Equivalents: Look up 54:360 in the BU Course Transfer Database.

Instructor: James Naylor