University Course to Study ‘Angry White Male’ Trends and History

It is unclear what if any researched comparisons will be included in the University of Kansas' course, "Angry White Males," to other sorts of political rancor such as leftist agitation as is recurrently displayed against conservative speakers at numerous universities to the extent that the agitation threatens free speech. (Turning Point photo)

The Daily Mail – The University of Kansas added a course, Angry White Male Studies, to its list of offerings for the upcoming Fall semester.

The class will “chart the rise of the ‘angry white male’ in America and Britain since the 1950s,” according to its description in the school’s online course catalog. It is offered under both the Humanities and the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality departments in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

The course, also referred to as HUM 365 and WGSS 365, promises to tackle the tall task of exploring the root cause of anger in white males “while evaluating recent manifestations of male anger,” the description reads.

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