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  •  I think you're correct, and there's more (5+ / 0-)

    In his whole culture/subculture discussion, I get the impression that he's more interested in the use we collectively make of the products of the performing arts industries (which is the stuff he's bad at getting) than he is in the literature, politics and shared values. Mostly, I think he doesn't think we HAVE shared values and politics (see, for example, GOProud) while we do have Sex in the City.

    I think we have to remember this is ONE professor teaching ONE course who happened to write 500 pages about his experience. I don't think I'd teach a course like this the way he did, and it has been a great springboard for discussion. Thanks for helping that along!

    -7.75, -8.10; . . . Seneca Falls, Selma and Stonewall (h/t cooper888)

    by Dave in Northridge on Tue Apr 16, 2013 at 09:24:29 AM PDT

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