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Texas college students who are lovers Harry Stiles He will soon be able to study the work of the former One Direction singer as it has officially become a school subject.
Texas State University at San Marcos offers a college course About the “As It Was” singer from Spring 2023.
The course titled “Harry Styles and the Cult of Celebrity: Identity, Internet and European Pop Culture” will be taught by Dr. Louis Dean Valencia, Associate Professor of Digital History.
Valencia Took TikTok To share how pleased he is to present the unique college course.
“I am that professor who will be taking a class on Harry Styles at #TXST University in the spring of 2023! Follow [mostly] Content related to Harry, Class, Books, and Coffee.”
The Texas professor wrapped up the social media comment with a few hashtags, including #harrystyles, #loveontour2022, and #1D.
He also posted on Twitter on Friday about the college course from the previous One member of Direction.
“It’s official. I’m teaching the world’s first college course on the work of Harry Styles…” Tweet mentioned.
Two images were attached to the Twitter post: one from an official email introducing the Harry Styles course, and the second a poster of the course, which included a photo of the pop singer and information about the class.
According to the semester prospectus, the college’s honors course will focus on the music of styles, along with “the cultural and political evolution of contemporary celebrities with regard to issues of gender, gender, race, class, nation, globalization, media, fashion, fan culture, internet culture, and consumerism.”
Students will not only study Styles’ solo work, including his albums and films, but the course will explore the albums released by his former band, One Direction.
The inspiration behind the chapter came from research Valencia was working on during the COVID lockdown in the summer of 2020.
“When I couldn’t travel to do my regular research, I began researching Harry – focusing on his art, the ways in which masculinity has changed in the past decade, celebrity culture and the Internet,” the professor told NBC Dallas-Fort Worth.
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