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MUSC 3101: MUSIC IN GLOBAL AMERICA: Home

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Course Overview

All in all, this course equips students to develop globally-engaged perspectives on musical cultures and to reflect critically on music’s relation to society for them to engage with sound and society in ethical ways.

Online Class Meetings:
Platform: Zoom, Blackboard and Slack
Mon Tuesdays 5:05-7:05 [synchronous zoom meetings: 5:05-6:30]

Professor and course info

Professor: Farah Zahra
Email: farah.zahra@brooklyn.cuny.edu
Office Hours: Wed. 12-1pm & by appointment
Office Platform: Zoom

Rights Info

Unless otherwise noted, this MUSC 3101 Open Educational Resource (OER) was curated by Professor Farah Zahra for Brooklyn College in 2021 and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. [Detailed license and acknowledgement]