Discussion-oriented course focusing on the everyday life of ordinary people from the initial cultural contacts among Europeans, Native Americans, and Africans brought to the New World down through the Revolutionary period. Emphasis on the development and maturation of diverse mainland and island communities in British North America, as well as regional and temporal variations in gender, race, and class relations. Prerequisite: At lease one lower-division course in US History through Reconstruction or Consent of Instructor.
3 credits
Upper Division
The Capacities | Understanding Diversity