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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


ENGL 55.11 Hamilton: The Revolution as a Work of Art

In Hamilton: The Revolution (the book of annotated lyrics and account of the musical’s production), Lin-Manuel Miranda and his collaborators create two frames for their work’s significance. One is the historical American Revolution of the 18th century, which the musical rereads via the figure of the orphan-immigrant; the other references their own musical, which they describe as an act of cultural revolution in its engagement with the racial politics of the early millennium. What does it mean to read revolution as a work of art, and Hamilton as its artistic reinterpretation? In this course, we will develop frames for thinking analytically about Hamilton’s artistic engagement with class, gender and ethnicity in the historic past as well as our own moment.

Instructor

Boggs

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:SOC; WCult:CI

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Offered

18W: 11

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