HIST 3440-01 - American Ethnic History
Study a narrative history of the United States in the context of native, captive, and immigrant ethnic groups and their interactions with one another. Ethnic history serves as a vehicle for understanding both unity and diversity in American society and reveals the complexities of political, economic, social and cultural issues, as well as America's evolving relationship with the rest of the world. Sections may address a particular ethnicity, issue, or set of issues. After consultation with their advisor, students may complete more than one the section listed under this title.
This course was previously HIS-243234 American Ethnic History.
September 3, 2019 —
December 13, 2019