En este mini curso de 10 horas, los alumnos con un nivel intermedio alto de inglés examinarán el “Summer of Love” de 1967 tanto como un movimiento estético, como un fenómeno social.
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In the summer of 1967, tens of thousands of young people from across the United States flocked to California’s Bay Area in search of free love, consciousness-expanding music and drugs, and an alternative to mainstream conservative American social values. At the epicenter of this cultural revolution was Haight-Ashbury, an iconic San Francisco neighborhood that is now known as the birthplace of the hippie movement and 1960’s counterculture.
Designed for students with at least an upper-intermediate level of English, this 10-hour mini-course considers the Summer of Love as an aesthetic movement and a social phenomenon. We will experience the sights and sounds of San Francisco in 1967 through an exploration of the innovative forms of artistic, musical and activist expression that emerged from this countercultural community during one legendary summer.
Language skills developed include:
Instructor: Karen Secrist, PhD