"My passion for history actually originates with the blues . I’ve loved the blues since I was little, and through it I became aware of the issues surrounding African American history: slavery, civil rights, culture, and the influence this had on American society. A real highlight for me has been the publication of my book Blues, How Do You Do? Published with University of Michigan Press (August 2015). In my teaching I use culture as a new way of exploring the past, providing new and previously unheard interpretations.”
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Level 5 Notes: Please note that HM5099 is only available to students on the Full time course, with Sandwich year. This module should be registered in Year 3, after completion of Level 5 Modules.
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