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1 HST Introduction to World Civilizations Designed to support general education goals and develop historical perspectives, this course emphasizes the comparison of selected African, American, Asian, and European civilizations from ancient times to the present, exploring the variety of activities that divide and unite human beings across cultures, time, and space. Fulfills Historical Perspectives Foundation. Offered every semester. HST Introduction to European Civilizations Designed to support general education goals and develop historical capabilities, this course examines European history from the fall of Rome to the present. It emphasizes the interaction of political, social, economic, intellectual, and cultural factors to produce historical change and alter Europe s relationship to the rest of the world. Fulfills Historical Perspectives Foundation. Offered every semester. HST Introduction to American Civilizations Designed to support general education goals and develop historical capabilities. This course examines American history from European contact with the Native Americans to the present, emphasizing the interaction of political, social, economic, intellectual, and cultural factors that shaped the United States and the nation s interaction with the world. Fulfills Historical Perspectives Foundation. Offered every semester. HST Special Topics in History Course content varies. Refer to schedule of classes to determine course description and prerequisites. Students may repeat this course under different topics. HST Writing History This gateway course introduces students to basic research, analytical, and methodological skills through explorations of primary and secondary sources. In addition, students learn how to create a historical argument by developing a research question, annotated bibliography, and a research prospectus or research paper. Topics will vary from semester to semester. Offered each semester. HST World History to 1500 A.D. Basic content and methods of history through an introductory study of world cultures before The course focuses on specific societies in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Western Hemisphere, analyzing and comparing the ways in which political, economic, social, cultural, and demographic factors influenced the development of these various cultures. Required for majors. Fulfills Historical Perspectives Foundation. Supplemental writing skills course. Offered every semester.

2 HST World History since 1500 Basic content and methods of history through an introductory study of world cultures from 1500 to present. The course focuses on specific societies in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Western Hemisphere, analyzing and comparing the ways in which political, economic, social, cultural, and demographic factors influenced the development of these various cultures. Required for majors. Supplemental writing skills course. Fulfills World Perspectives. Offered every semester. HST American History to 1877 The development of the United States from the Colonial Period to the end of Reconstruction with an emphasis on the role that race, ethnicity, culture, political thought, economics, and gender played in shaping American values and institutions. Offered each semester. HST American History since 1877 The legacy of Jim Crow, the impact of immigration on political systems in an urban industrial society, the quest of social, civil, racial, gender and political equality, competing economic and political thought, and the emergence and preservation of America as a world power. Required for majors. Supplemental writing skills course. Fulfills U.S. Diversity. Offered every semester. HST European Civilization to the Later Middle Ages An historical survey focusing on the development of European civilization from Classical Greece to the Later Middle Ages. This course will explore the intellectual, social, religious, political and cultural aspects of the formation of Europe. Topics include the rise and fall of Greece and Rome, and the formation of Europe. Offered fall semester. Fulfills Historical Perspectives. HST European Civilization since the Later Middle Ages Examines major events in European history from the Later Middle Ages to the present, including social, political, economic and cultural developments. Topics will include the Reformation and Renaissance, the Age of Revolutions, the rise of fascism and communism, the two world wars and the Holocaust, and events since Offered winter semester. Fulfills Historical Perspectives. HST History of Islamic Civilization An introduction to the history of Islamic civilization and the development of its relationships with Western Europe and the United States. Supplemental writing skills course. Fulfills World Perspectives requirement. Part of Religion Theme. Offered fall and winter semesters.

3 HST Indian Civilization c B.C.E. to C C.E. This course examines Ancient and Medieval India both chronologically and thematically, and explores the rise and fall of its civilizations, kingdoms and dynasties. In tracing political developments, the course emphasizes the rich and diverse culture of human experiences that have shaped a relatively unique civilization in South Asia. Offered fall semester of even numbered years. Fulfills World Perspectives. HST Latin America in World History This is a broad survey of Latin American history from the pre-colombian period to the present. The course will focus on major issues and themes in Latin American history. Topics will include: Amerindians, conquest, slavery, independence, national identity, foreign intervention, revolutions, and inequality. Offered fall semester of odd numbered years. Fulfills World Perspectives. HST Africa in World History Surveys the African continent from pre-history to the present. The course introduces students to the study of Africa from a global perspective and will focus on major issues in African history. Topics will include human origin, migration, technology, slavery, Christianity, Islam, colonization and independence. Offered fall semester of even numbered years. Fulfills World Perspectives. HST A History of East Asia to 1800 Introduces major themes of the history of East Asia (China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam) from prehistory to Explores cultural interactions among East Asian countries as well as their indigenous cultural traits. Some basic skills, such as critical reading and writing, will also be practiced. Offered winter semester of odd numbered years. HST A History of East Asia since 1800 A broad overview of East Asian political systems, social changes, economic transformation, regional relations and cultural interaction since Major historical events and trends along with cultural differences and interactions will be examined. Emphasis is given to China and Japan, though Korea and Vietnam are also covered. Offered winter semester of even numbered years. HST Research Methods in History Explores historical research methods and focuses on how historians challenge dominant theories of knowledge and the major methodologies employed in the social sciences and humanities; examines the ways in which historians shape research questions and determine the types of materials used. Offered fall and winter semester. Prerequisites: STA 215

4 HST Colonial America A history of the British North American colonies through the conclusion of the Seven Years War. Topics include the origins of the colonies, relations with the Native Americans, British colonial policy, the origins of slavery, and social, political and cultural development of the colonies. Offered winter semester, odd-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 205 or junior standing. HST Revolutionary America A study of the American Revolution. Topics may include the causes and consequences of the American Revolution, and social/political/economic developments in the United States through the War of Offered winter semester, even numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 205 or junior standing. HST Era of Sectional Conflict, Civil War, and Reconstruction This course focuses on the rise in sectional tensions, the conduct of the Civil War, and the tensions over the postwar/reconstruction period in the United States. Offered winter semester, even-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 205 or junior standing. HST America Confronts Modernity Analysis of topics in the Gilded Age and progressive Era. Topics may include the modernization of technology, agriculture, and industry; urbanization; immigration; labor relations; international trade; military ventures; race relations at home and abroad; Progressivism and Populism; and the 1920s. Offered fall semester, even-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 206 or junior standing. HST The American Century : From the Great Depression to Vietnam Thematic survey of the United States from the 1930s through the Vietnam War with focus on political, social, cultural, intellectual, and economic trends, in particular the Great Depression, the development of the welfare state, World War II, the Cold War, the civil rights movement, and the tumult of the 1960s. Offered fall semester, odd-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 206 or junior standing. HST Cultural and Social Topics in European History Examines various topics in European social and cultural history. Course explores a specific topic defined by the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content varies. Offered winter semester of odd years. Prerequisites: Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing.

5 HST Cultural and Social Topics in Nonwestern History Examines various topics in Nonwestern cultural and social history. Course explores a specific topic defined by the instructor. Maybe repeated for credit if content varies. Offered fall semester of odd numbered years. HST History of Religion in the United States This course is a study of the major developments in the religious history of the United States from the first North American colonies to the start of the twenty-first century, concentrating on the relationship between religion and other aspects of American history. Part of the Religion theme. Offered fall semester. Prerequisite: WRT 150. HST History of American Women Analysis of the political, social, economic, and cultural history of women in American society from the colonial era through the present. Topics include domesticity, suffrage, health, employment, race, war, and feminism. Offered winter semester, even-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 205, HST 206 or junior standing. HST African American History Examines the history of African Americans from forced migration through the Civil Rights movement. Issues studied include race relations, black culture in slavery, emancipation, the origins of segregation, the great migration, and the Civil Rights movement. Offered fall semester of odd-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 205, HST 206, or junior standing. HST Latinos: The Forging of Ethnic Identities Examination of the ways in which Mexicans, Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Central Americans, and others have over time created ethnic identities in the United States out of their transnational experiences. Also explores the impact of this process on American political, economic, and social structures. Part of American Mosaic theme. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST U.S. Civil Rights Movement History This course will focus on United States civil rights leaders and their rhetoric of resistance, and focus on the social and cultural formations that undermined racial segregation. It will also examine the events and forces that created space for a successful movement. Part of the Civil and Human Rights Movements theme. Offered fall semesters. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing.

6 HST History of American Foreign Relations Historical development of United States relations with foreign powers focusing on issues of war and peace. Concentration on significant periods of policy formation and change, with attention to factors determining policy. Part of the War and Peace theme. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST History of Democracy in America Examines the historical development of democratic principles, ideologies, and practices in American history. Period varies. Focuses on the range and limits of democracy in American history, debates among Americans over democracy and the practice of democracy in a variety of areas, including parties, voting, citizenship, and the presidency. Part of Democracy theme. Completion of the Historical Perspectives Foundation category or junior standing. Offered winter semesters. HST American Indians An examination of selected topics and peoples from among the diverse Native American peoples north of Mexico, from the mythic beginnings to the modern era. Topics include problems of writing Indian history, ethnohistory, Indianwhite relations, environmentalism, survival, assimilation, and Indian perspectives on American history. Offered winter semester. Part of Perception theme. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST Michigan History A survey of the major economic, political, and social themes in Michigan. Special emphasis will be placed on the urban development of Detroit and Grand Rapids, the auto industry, race relations, and modern political trends. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: HST 206 or junior standing. HST Topics in the History of Sport Examines sports history in different regions and chronological periods. Topics will vary, but all sections will explore sport within the broader contexts of social, political, cultural, and economic trends. In addition, particular interest will be paid to issues such as race, class, sexuality, and gender in sport. Part of the Sport and Life General Education theme. Offered each semester. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST History of United States Urban Society An historical analysis of American urban structures including the commercial city, the industrial city, the suburbs, and the edge city. These structures will be seen as metaphorical theatrical stages upon which ethnic, racial, gender, and economic groups create social and cultural formations. Part of Cities theme. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing.

7 HST Constitutional History of the U.S. Introduction to the constitutional history of the United States, with particular focus on the creation of the Constitution, the role of judicial review, and the changing meaning of the Constitution. Offered winter semester, even-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 205 and HST 206 or junior standing. HST Intellectual History of the United States A study of the major intellectual traditions; includes the Puritan synthesis of the 17th century, the republican ideologies of the 18th century, the romantic movement of the 19th century, and the existentialist ethos of the 20th century. Offered winter semester, odd-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 205 and HST 206 or junior standing. HST Colonial Latin America This course will focus on specific themes related to Latin American civilization and culture from pre-conquest times to the nineteenth century. Topics will include: Amerindian civilizations; encounters between Amerindians, Europeans, and Africans; makings of a colonial society; collapse of colonial rule; wars of independence. Offered fall semester, even-numbered years. Prerequisites: Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST Modern Latin America This course will focus on themes related to Latin America from the independence period to the present day. Major themes will include: patterns of state formation and models of economic development; United States intervention; the origins and course of radicalism and counter-revolution; and the problems of peaceful reform. Offered fall semester, odd-numbered years. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST Modern China Introduction to modern Chinese history from the late Ch ing Dynasty to the present. Particular emphasis will be on China s two revolutions in 1911 and 1949 and the rise of Communism. Offered fall semester, odd-numbered years. Prerequisites: Junior standing. HST The Making of the Caribbean A survey of Caribbean history from the pre-colonial era to the rise of nationalism and independence. Course will emphasize specific islands and will cover a wide range of topics, such as the rise of the plantation system, slavery and emancipation, cultural retention, resistance, migration, and inter-regional relations. Offered fall semester, evennumbered years. Prerequisites: HST 204 or junior standing.

8 HST Africa Before 1870 The course will focus on specific themes and characteristics of selected cultures and civilizations in Africa before European conquest. Topics will include economic activity, culture, social organization, indigenous religions, gender and sexuality, textiles and clothing, African slavery, and state formation. Offered winter semester, even-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 203 or 204 or 235 or junior standing. HST Africa After 1870 The course will focus on specific themes related to European conquest of Africa and the transformation of selected African cultures under colonial rule. Topics include: scramble for partition, military conquest, missionary activity, colonial economy and social changes, genocide and forced labor, resistance and nationalism, decolonization and liberation. Offered winter semester, odd numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 204 or HST 235 or junior standing. HST The Age of Islamic Empire A historical and cultural examination of the Islamic peoples from pre-islamic Arabia to the end of World War I. Emphasis on social, religious, economic, and political factors during each phase in Islam s development since the eighth century. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: HST 203, HST 204 or junior standing. HST Modern Middle East A survey of cultural, economic, and political developments in the Middle East and North Africa from the end of World War I, with particular attention to the rise of nationalism and issues of modernization. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: HST 204 and HST 206 or junior standing. HST Modern Iran This course is a study of the major developments in the history of Iran from the Qajar shahs to the current Islamic Republic, concentrating on the relationship between state and society by highlighting religious, political, and cultural developments in modern Iran. Offered fall semester of even numbered years. Prerequisites: Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST History of East Asian Religions Introduces the major East Asian religious traditions and their modern developments through historical perspectives; also explores religious interactions among East Asian countries as well as their indigenous traits. Readings include primary materials and interpretative secondary scholarship. Part of Religion theme. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing.

9 HST History of South Africa Examines the political, social and economic history of South Africa from the late seventeenth century to the early 1990s. The course will analyze the forces that created modern South Africa, particularly European conquest and colonization; mineral discoveries; industrialization; Apartheid; religion and the Dutch Reformed Church, and African resistance. Offered fall semester of even numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 204 or HST 235 or junior standing HST Urban Africa Urbanization has transformed millions of lives. This course will focus on the histories of African urban dwellers: the development of urban cultures; the creation of new social, economic and criminal networks; conflict and cooperation amongst urbanites; and the changing nature of state control in the cities. Offered fall semester of even numbered years. Part of the Cities theme. Prerequisites: HST 204 or HST 235 or junior standing. HST Silk Roads Focuses on the creation and maintenance of the great Silk Roads trade routes. The course addresses a number of important issues, including the significance of the pastoral nomadic confederations of Central Asia and their relationship with the sedentary kingdoms and empires of the Afroeurasian world zone. Offered fall semester, oddnumbered years. Prerequisites: HST 203 or junior standing. HST Ancient Greece Greek history during the Archaic and Classical Periods. Emphasis on the development of historical writing in the Greek World, a critical examination of ancient and modern historiography, and significant aspects of Greek political and social history. Offered fall semester of odd-numbered years. Prerequisite: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation. HST Ancient Rome Roman history from the foundation of the city of Rome through the reign of Augustus. Emphasis on the development of historical writing in the Roman World, a critical examination of ancient and modern historiography, and significant aspects of Roman political and social history. Offered fall semester of even numbered years. Prerequisites: Historical Perspectives Foundation HST Medieval Europe This course will explore the intellectual, political, religious and cultural aspects of medieval Europe from the waning of the Roman Empire to the arrival of the Black Death in the fourteenth century. Emphasis will be placed on the intellectual, social, and spiritual uniqueness of medieval European civilization. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: HST 207 or junior standing.

10 HST Tudor and Stuart England HST Tudor and Stuart England English history from 1485 to 1714 with appropriate attention to political, constitutional, and religious issues. Offered winter semester, even-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 204 or junior standing. HST Modern Britain Examines Britain s social, political, and economic history from 1688 to the present. Topics include industrialization, building and collapse of empire, two world wars, and other major political and social changes in modern British history. Offered winter semester, even-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 204 or junior standing. HST Modern France Course examines the history of France from the era of absolutism under Louis XIV to the socialist era at the end of the twentieth century, considering social, cultural, religious, economic and political change. Offered winter semester of odd numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 208 or junior standing. HST Renaissance and Reformation Europe Survey of European history from 1350 to Topics include political, social, cultural, intellectual, and religious history, with emphasis on major changes in these areas in Renaissance Italy and Reformation Germany, and on the connections between these changes. Part of Changing Ideas; Changing Worlds theme. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST History of Medicine and Health Survey of medical and health-related topics from ancient Greece through the present. Course units will include disease migration, unorthodox medicine, professionalization, sanitary science, bacteriology, medicalization of deviance, nursing, philanthropy, gender, colonialism, environmental/industrial medicine, Medicare/Medicaid, and AIDS. A supplemental writing skills course. Part of Health, Illness, and Healing theme. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST Historical Perspectives on Gender and Sexualities Variable topics centering on the history of gender and sexuality. Topics include historical understandings of gender identity and sexual orientation and may vary by region and era. May be repeated if content varies. Part of the Gender, Society, and Culture theme. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation, or junior standing.

11 HST From Slavery to Freedom Ironically, modern concepts of freedom emerged from societies deeply invested in its opposite, slavery. This course looks at the history of slavery and its abolition in four American societies-haiti, the U.S., Cuba, and Brazil-to distinguish the distinctive ways in which each of them defined and constructed freedom. Part of Freedom and Social Control theme. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: HST 204, LAS 210, or junior standing. HST Revolution in the Americas Men and women make history, sometimes through gradual, passive means and sometimes through sudden, active means. In the Americas, both categories of history-making have been common. This course explores international relations in the hemisphere by comparing revolutionary and evolutionary processes of change from Tierra del Fuego to the Northwest Territories. Part of the Continuity and Change in the Americans theme. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: HST 204, LAS 210 or junior standing. HST History of Witches Examines witch trials in various places and times across history, from a variety of perspectives, with emphasis on the marginalization of the accused witches within their communities. Geographical and chronological focus will vary, but may include early modern Europe, colonial North America, or contemporary Africa. Part of Marginality and Difference theme. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST History of Warfare Survey of the role of warfare in world history from prehistory to the beginning of the industrial era. Uses a variety of media and sources to examine why and how humans have fought wars and how warfare has affected different aspects of human experience in different world regions and eras. Part of the War and Peace theme. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: Completion of Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST Special Topics in History A study of special topics, areas, or periods of history not offered in the regular curriculum. The selected focus will be described in the class schedule. Expectations of students in this course approximate those of other 300-level history courses. Prerequisites: Junior standing. Credits: 1 to 4 HST Europe in the Age of Change and Global Integration Examines Europe in the 20th century, including the age of total war; the Holocaust and its legacy; postwar recovery; the Cold War; social, political and cultural developments in East and West; the rise of the European Union; the end of communism; and contemporary Europe. Part of Global Change theme. Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

12 Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST Modern Germany A survey of German history and culture since 1870, including the Imperial period of Bismarck and Wilhelm II, World War I, the Weimar Republic, Hitler s Third Reich, World War II, post-war division, and reunified Germany. Offered winter semester, odd numbered years. Prerequisites: Historical Perspectives Foundation or junior standing. HST Russian History From the ninth through the nineteenth century. Topics include the origins of Russian expansion, the development of Russian civilization, and the origins of Revolution. Offered fall semester, even-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 203 and HST 204 or junior standing. HST Soviet History From the Russian Revolution to the recent past. Topics include Lenin, Stalin, World War II, and the Cold War. Offered winter semester, odd-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 204 or junior standing. HST Russian Thought-Ninth to Twentieth Centuries History of Russian thought from the ninth to the twentieth century, including Byzantine, Mongol, and Western influences. Offered fall semester, odd-numbered years. Prerequisites: HST 203 and HST 204, or junior standing. HST Study Abroad: Egypt Of varying focus, the course makes use of the history, culture, and society of a host country in order to highlight disciplinary perspectives in context. To be taught in that country (or countries) as part of an approved study abroad program. By permit only. Credits: 1 to 6 HST Study Abroad: Jamaica Of varying focus, the course makes use of the history, culture, and society of a host country in order to highlight disciplinary perspectives in context. To be taught in that country (or countries) as part of an approved study abroad program. By permit only. Credits: 1 to 6 HST Study Abroad: Turkey Of varying focus, the course makes use of the history, culture, and society of a host country in order to highlight disciplinary perspectives in context. To be taught in that country (or countries) as part of an approved study abroad

13 program. By permit only. Credits: 1 to 6 HST Independent Study Intensive study of a topic, arranged as to credit and content with a member of the department. No more than three credits of HST 399 may be applied to the major or minor. Offered on arrangement. Prerequisites: Junior standing. Credits: 1 to 3 HST Junior Seminar in History Enables students to hone skills developed in HST 200 and honed in 300-level courses. Students discuss and evaluate a common body of readings on a chosen topic and develop specific research questions that will grow into significant research projects. May be repeated if content varies. Prerequisites: HST 200 and junior standing HST History Internship Supervised work experience in a history-related field, initiated by the student, who must prepare a proposal in consultation with a faculty advisor and a worksite supervisor. The student will submit a final report, and both the worksite supervisor and the faculty advisor will evaluate the internship. Offered every semester. Prerequisites: 15 hours of coursework in history and permission of the department chair. Credits: 1 to 3 HST Varieties of History (Capstone) The Capstone serves as a culminating experience for student s trained in historiography. It builds upon students growing sophistication in historical practice by emphasizing foundational concerns of the profession. Professor s field of expertise determines the area of focus for the course. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: HST 400 and senior standing. For history majors only except by permission of the chair. Required for majors. HST Senior Thesis Working with a faculty advisor, the student conceives and completes an individualized historical research project resulting in a written paper evaluated by the faculty advisor. Prerequisites: Senior standing. HST Historiography An examination of the rise and development of historical writing, problems of historical interpretation, and the philosophy of history. Offered every third year. HST Techniques in Local and Archival History

14 An introduction to techniques of using material from local archives and other nearby sources for research and preparation of classroom materials. Offered summers of even-numbered years. HST The United States in the Nuclear Age A study of major political and diplomatic developments in U.S. history, 1945 to Offered every third year. HST The Middle East in the Twentieth Century An introduction to the contemporary history of the Middle East, focusing on the recent crisis areas and problems of modernization. Offered every third year. HST A History of Brazil Larger than the continental United States, Brazil offers much to the study of the modern world. The course uses Brazilian history from 1500 to the present to examine major questions that continue to perplex analysts of the human condition. Course requires no prior knowledge of the history of Brazil. Offered every other year. HST Issues in Third World History An introduction to major debates in modern Asian, African, and/or Latin American history, emphasizing the critical analysis of Third World interpretations of history, modernization, politics, colonialism, nationalism, and society. Offered every other year. HST The French Revolution An examination of both the history and historiography of the French Revolution of 1789, emphasizing critical analysis of sources and their interpretation. Offered every third year. HST European Origins of World Wars I and II An investigation of the causes, both long-term and proximate, of the two world wars fought during the first half of the twentieth century, emphasizing varying interpretations of the origins of the wars. Offered every third year. HST Special Topics in History Study of selected historical topics or periods not offered in the regular curriculum. Topics vary between United States and World History. Offered every year. Credits: 1 to 3

15 LAS Revolution in the Americas Men and women make history, sometimes through gradual, passive means and sometimes through sudden, active means. In the Americas, both categories of history-making have been common. This course explores international relations in the hemisphere by comparing revolutionary and evolutionary processes of change from Tierra del Fuego to the Northwest Territories. Cross-listed with HST 374. Part of the Continuity and Change in the Americas theme. Offered winter semester. Prerequisite: LAS 210.

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