Bruce Springsteen and the American Dream

Code: MT32501

Dates: March 1-29, 2023

Meets: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Sessions: 5

Location: ONLINE

Course Fee: $89.00

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Focus on the life and work of Bruce Springsteen, especially how they reflect the American working-class experience, social events, economic environments and American culture in the late 20th and early 21st  centuries. Read his 2016 autobiography, "Born to Run,” analyze lyrics from his songs and listen to his work. Topics discussed will include: The Vietnam War, 9-11, Hurricane Katrina and the economic collapse of 2008.
Fee: $89.00
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Jeanne Buckley

Dr. Jeanne Buckley is on the faculty of Arcadia University, where she teaches courses on Gender Inequality and Bruce Springsteen. While some might think these are diametrically opposed topics, Jeanne considers herself both a feminist and fan of rock and roll singer-songwriters.



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