Unformatted text preview: a) The Power of Rock „n Roll i) Ralph Gleason‟s 1967 essay on the impact of rock music on politics and culture (1) Modern revival of “the uninhibited Dionysian impulses” ii) Bob Dylan as pioneer (1) Antiestablishment of a political kind iii) Beatles—Antiestablishment of the nonpolitical kind (1) “The sacred importance of love and truth and beauty, and interpersonal relations” (2) Authenticity and pure exuberance vs. cultural assimilation and appropriation (a) Fate of Rap and Hip-hop? b) The Student Movement i) Tom Hayden‟s “Port Huron Statement” 1962 ii) Core Values of SDS iii) What is the Role of the College Campus in social change? (1) Structural constraints of typical research university (2) SDS‟s indictment of the university as bastion of status quo (3) Jerry Farber‟s “The Student as Nigger” iv) Complacency of the majority of students (1) “Almost no students value activity as citizens” ( Read 157)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2011 for the course MMW 6 taught by Professor Chang during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.
- Spring '08