How many liberals enrolled in this course?
I don't know. It does look a little off the beaten path, but here is the description from your link: "This course will engage students with questions about the very nature of history. Who decides what history is? Who decides how it is used or mis-used? How does this use or misuse affect us? How can the historical imagination inform literature and fantasy? How can fantasy reshape how we look at history? The Harry Potter novels and films are fertile ground for exploring all of these deeper questions. By looking at the actual geography of the novels, real and imagined historical events portrayed in the novels, the reactions of scholars in all the social sciences to the novels, and the world-wide frenzy inspired by them, students will examine issues of race, class, gender, time, place, the uses of space and movement, the role of multiculturalism in history as well as how to read a novel and how to read scholarly essays to get the most out of them."
You look pretty good in that outfit. Can barely see the Tuck at all.
Don't know, don't care, and the point that cons like to try to make with this sort of thing are the complete opposite of anything intellectual so they're hardly ones to talk. Classes of that nature are questionable and I'm suspicious of the value of them, though only an idiot would read the description and miss the fact that it's likely just a tool the instructor decided to use as a context for teaching something to do with what I'm guessing is more about sociology, history, and literature, and not actually just pointlessly studying Harry Potter. That was also in 2011... It's probably a teacher who was trying to make the actual lessons of their teaching appealing and engaging by using a subject that was popular at the time. And not really any worse than this: https://www.su.edu/blog/2015/01/fantasy-football-class-interactive-experiment-consumer-behavior/ Though from the perspective of someone who wasn't into it outside of seeing a few films that would have been an annoying theme after a while had it been a required course. On the other hand, if it isn't a prerequisite for a major and it was only a class that can be taken for fun... who cares who took it, it's their time and money.
Not as many as enrolled in gaming majors. LOL
35th is Best
Just as many as Republicans
Keep your gay fantasies to yourself, junior. And learn how to post a link, dummy.
How many conservatives wish they didn’t enroll in Trump University?