Harry Styles College Course is out there. Here is everything you need to know about the University’s new program 

English pop singer Harry Styles has now become a part of a college curriculum. A university in Texas will soon start a new course on the works of Harry Styles for its Spring 2023 semester. 

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Harry Styles is a Singer, Song Writer and Actor (Billboard)

The class is titled Harry Styles and the Cult of Celebrity: Identity, the Internet and European Pop Culture. It will mainly focus on the 28-year-old’s artistry, his acting career, and of course music.

Students will understand the political and cultural development of the modern celebrity and will also relate to the questions of race, gender and sexuality, class media, and globalism. fashion, internet culture, fan culture, and consumerism. Fashion, internet culture, fan culture, and Consumerism will also be a part of it. 

Louie Dean Valencia who is the associate professor of digital history at Texas State took to Twitter and mentioned teaching the world’s first-ever university course on the work of Harry Styles.

It’s official, official. I’m teaching the world’s first-ever university course on the work of #HarryStyles is happening Spring 2023 at @TXST University (see description). This is what tenure looks like. Let’s gooooo!

How to register for the course and more 

The materials for the class span from One Direction’s early albums to Styles’ solo outings as well. It will also look into some of his films like Dunkirk, Eternals as well as the upcoming Don’t Worry Darling and My Policeman.

It is also going to include other works that inspired Styles like the writing of Susan Sontag to the philosophy of Alain de Botton.

The course is offered through the university’s Honours College. According to Louie class strength has been capped at 20 to encourage in-depth conversations.

Registration for the course will begin in the fall with Honors students eligible for early registration. No-Honours students can also apply through the Texas State website.

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