NEW YORK, NY (July 17, 2012)—Throughout history, music has been a catalog of the thoughts and struggles of society. A reflection of social and cultural change, political choices, mass protest, or support for government policies, music has defined decades and generations. In the thirty-second issue of History Now, “The Music and History of Our Times,” leading scholars of history and music take us through our recent past, from the 1940s to the present day.
June 26 – 28, 2012Location: Lexington, KY
Professor Robert McMahon will lead a teacher workshop on the twenty-first century and terrorism.