HIST358 - Immigration, Race, and Ethnicity

General

Prefix

HIST

Course Number

358

Course ID

00000326

Course Level

Undergraduate

Instruction Mode

Lecture

Department(s)

Description

Why people migrated, evolution of the concept of race, growing distinctions between race and ethnicity, intercultural relations, nativism and acceptance, areas of settlement, contribution to American society, problems faced within the U.S.

Cross Listed Courses

Prerequisites

No Requisites

Credits

Min

3

Max

3

Repeatable

No

Goals and Diversity

MN Goal Course

Yes

MN Goal Designation(s)

05, 07

Cultural Diversity

Yes

Learning Outcomes

Outcome

In a manner suitable for an upper-division course, through discussion and written argument, evaluate the historic, geographic, cultural, social, political and economic development of migrants to the United States from colonization through the twentieth century.

Outcome

In a manner suitable for an upper-division course, identify recurring patterns and differences among various ethnicities and racial groups over time through discussion and written argument.

Outcome

In a manner suitable for an upper-division course, analyze historical study and inquiry through critical reading of secondary sources, primary documents, and personal accounts.

Outcome

In a manner suitable for an upper-division course, perform research on family history and write an analytical account that integrates the individual story into the larger context of immigration history.

Course Outline

Course Outline

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Dependencies

No dependencies