Studies in Progressive American Social Movements

Coordinator: G. Fox and Company Professor of Economics Diane Zannoni

This minor explores the political, economic, cultural, ethical, and religious factors that have given rise to progressive social movements in America and the relationship between the academic study of these movements and practical political activity. The minor includes work from a variety of academic disciplines and a seminar that includes an internship involving organizing experience.

To declare the minor, students should obtain a declaration of minor form from the registrar and take it to the coordinator of the minor, Professor Zannoni. If students do not declare the minor by the end of the sophomore year, they cannot be assured of a place in the internship/seminar, a requirement for the minor.

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