August 12, 2022

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Teaching the Life of Harry Styles at the University of Texas

Teaching the Life of Harry Styles at the University of Texas

College students in Texas who are fans of singer-songwriter “Harry Styles” will soon be able to study the former One Direction singer’s work as it has officially become a subject.
According to Fox News, Texas State University at San Marcos will offer a bachelor’s degree in singing in the spring of 2023. Dr. Luis Dean Valencia, assistant professor of digital history, will teach the course “Harry Styles and the Cult.” Celebrity: Identity, the Internet and European Pop Culture.” .
According to the semester prospectus, the Honors College course will focus on musical styles, along with the cultural and political evolution of contemporary celebrity in relation to issues of gender, race, class, nation, globalization, media, fashion, fan culture, and internet culture. and consumers.
Students will not only study Styles’ solo work, including his albums and films, but also the albums released by his former band, One Direction.

Teaching Taylor Swift’s music at a conservatory in New York

Taylor Swift – Photo from her Instagram

It’s worth noting that “Harry Styles” isn’t the only artist being taught, as the Clive Davis Institute at New York University offered its first training course to educate students on “Taylor Swift” and its cultural impact. The Grammy Award-winning singer’s legacy, and her training in songwriting, and immersion in country music, began on January 26 and ran through March 9, according to Variety.
The course covers Swift’s development as an innovative music entrepreneur, the legacy of pop songwriters, youth and female discourses, and the politics of race in contemporary popular music.
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