History and Art History
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

HIST 615: Problems in American History

HIST 615-001: Transnat'l Hist., the Americas
(Spring 2017)

07:20 PM to 10:00 PM M

Section Information for Spring 2017

In the last couple of decades, a “transnational turn” has begun to rewrite the history of the United States and of Latin America. For some scholars, transnational history entails mining archives in multiple countries in order to write histories that span national borders. For others, it means applying Atlantic or even global frames to the study of topics that have long featured in national historiographies. This course will explore the new transnational history of the modern Americas, focusing on such topics as independence, migration, race, imperialism, movies, and music.

Green Leaf Focused Course

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Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 1-6

Readings and discussion of bibliographies, interpretations, and research trends in topics selected by instructor. Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic is different. May be repeated within the term.
Specialized Designation: Green Leaf Course
Registration Restrictions:

Enrollment limited to students with a class of Advanced to Candidacy, Graduate, Non Degree or Senior Plus.

Enrollment is limited to Graduate, Non-Degree or Undergraduate level students.

Students in a Non-Degree Undergraduate degree may not enroll.

Schedule Type: Lecture

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