Course DescriptionThis program will examine how ideas about politics, history and culture that often originated in musical theater have been transformed into film and thus preserved and made accessible to countless people across generations. The presenter will use clips from films such as Fiddler on the Roof, 1776, Cabaret, Evita, and Les Miserables to explore how popular entertainment examines enduring themes concerning power, class division, social conflict and discrimination.
- Time: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
- Date: Tuesday, December 3
- Location: Barry and Florence Friedberg Auditorium, Boca Raton Campus
Member - $30
$75 for any combination of three events, members only
No Refunds Will be Given for One-Time Events Purchased Within a Discounted Bundle
Non-member - $35
One-time guest pass, Member or Non-member at the door - $35.
About the Instructor
Burton Atkins, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Florida State University (FSU). Currently, he teaches political science at FAU and for Penn State University. In his 35-year career at FSU, Atkins taught a variety of courses on and wrote extensively about constitutional law and U.S. politics and served as chair of the political science department. He lived in London from 1992 to 1997 while serving as the Director of FSU's London Study Center, and from 1997 until his retirement in 2006, he served as Director of the FSU International Affairs Program.
Upcoming programs presented by Burton Atkins.
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Movies That Address Ideas About Power and Justice Available for purchase until Saturday, June 27
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020