Civil Rights and Ethnic Power

HIST 473 XW Cross Listed: AF AM/US LS


This course is for sophomores and above. 

Course Description

Comparative history of the civil rights and ethnic power movements (African American, Chicano, American Indian, Puerto Rican, among others) in the U.S. from World War II to the present. Topics include institutional foundations, leadership, gender and racial dynamics, and the convergences and divergences of these differing ethnic struggles for rights.

3 credits

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Instructor Contact

Brian Behnken

Registration Information

Course Dept
HIST
Course Number
473
Section
XW
Credit Hours
3
Semester
Summer 2018
Dates
Jun 11 - Jul 6
Prerequisites
Sophomore classification
Max Enrollment
40
Delivery Fee
$150.00 *
* Delivery Fee is additional to Tuition & Fees.

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