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Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in the Americas

This course investigates the construction and conceptualization of race, ethnicity, and other markers of identity across the Americas through the evaluation of primary and secondary sources, ranging from historical monographs to novellas to film clips to oral histories.  The course establishes the historical underpinnings of contemporary topics related to race, ethnicity, and identity and asks students to demonstrate historical thinking in their assessment of links between the past and the present.

Credit Hours:
Course Number:
HIST 271
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