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HIST 325 - The American Century

Delhi / Technology College | Spring 2019
January 21, 2019 — 
This upper-level course in United States history will examine the development of the modern American state, beginning with its rise to the status of global power in 1898 and continuing through the 20th Century. This course will cover the various political, economic, diplomatic, cultural, and social developments of the 20th Century, and how these factors combined to make the last one hundred years an "American Century". Topics to be covered in this course include: the rise of the United States as a world power; the Populist and Progressive movements; the modernization of the American economy; World War I; the Great Depression and the New Deal; World War II; the Cold War; McCarthyism and the red scare; suburbanization and the culture of the Cold War; television and rock music; the civil rights and the women's rights movements; the Vietnam War; the unraveling of Liberalism and the rise of Conservatism; the end of the cold war; globalization, and the bridge to the 21st Century.
Section: IN1
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HIS 202 - American History II

Rockland / Community College | Spring 2019
January 19, 2019 — 
Section: 001S
3
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HIS 202 - American History II

Rockland / Community College | Spring 2019
January 19, 2019 — 
Section: 002S
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HIS 295 - American Frontier

Niagara County / Community College | Spring 2019
January 14, 2019 — 
To view the course description and catalog entry you will need to go to the following link, select the term from the drop down list and click on the submit button.  NCCC Course Descriptions All NCCC online and hybrid courses are run on the NCCC Blackboard learning management system. To access the course visit the NCCC website at: NCCC Website and select Blackboard Learn from the quick links menu. 
Section: W0W1
3
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HIS 203 - U.S. History 1: Colonial - 1865

Genesee / Community College | Spring 2019
January 14, 2019 — 
Section: 66
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HIS 204 - U.S. History 2: 1865 - Present

Genesee / Community College | Spring 2019
January 14, 2019 — 
Section: 66
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MUS 203 - History of Rock & Roll: Blues and Beyond

Genesee / Community College | Spring 2019
January 14, 2019 — 
Section: 66
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HIS 1530 - US History before 1865

Jamestown / Community College | Spring 2019
January 14, 2019 — 
Students will be introduced to the history of the United States from the European Encounter through the Civil War. Using the methodology of the social sciences, students will learn and evaluate the major political, social, cultural, scientific-technological, economic, and natural developments that shaped the United States during its formative years; when the American republic was founded, expanded, and tested by division. Students will give special attention to the unique contributions made by diverse peoples and institutions, and the responsibilities of educated citizens today. 
Section: 0
3
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AAS 261LEC - African American History

Buffalo, University at / University Center | Winter 2018-19
January 3, 2019 — 
Surveys the history of African Americans from African origins to the present. The course focuses on the often overlooked but crucial role of African Americans in shaping US and world history. Topics include: West African civilizations, the slave trade and slavery, abolitionism and the Underground Railroad, Emancipation, post-slavery migrations and labor systems, the rise of Jim Crow, the Harlem Renaissance, the Civil Rights Movement and Black Power.
Section: A
3
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AAS 312SEM - Gender Issues in Contemporary Africa

Buffalo, University at / University Center | Winter 2018-19
January 3, 2019 — 
This seminar examines current policy frameworks and agendas such as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and public policy responses to poverty, gender inequalities in democratic participation and socioeconomic development. It further interrogates burning issues of human rights and the rights of the girl child as they pertain to social practices such as female mutilation and child soldiers. It analyzes also the changing dynamics of households due to the combined effects of transnational migration, HIV/Aids and conflicts and their gender implications. It revisits opportunities for social change in the face of an increased pressure from globalization, environmental degradation, a growing retrenchment of the state, and many threats to human security.
Section: MOP