Racism in the Modern World (HIST 301)
A history of racism from European colonial expansion to the present. The meeting of black, red, and white races in the Americas; the slave system; Civil War and Civil Rights; anti-Catholicism; history of the KKK; anti-Masonic movement; nativism in the 19th century; Chinese restriction and Japanese internment; immigration restriction; anti-Semitism; race science and modern Klan/Nazi/Skinhead movements. This course meets General Education requirements: Cultural Enrichment and Race/Ethnicity/Gender Issues. Pre-Requisites:ENGL 250. Typically Offered Fall Only, Odd Years
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