Aug 13, 2022  
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HIS 120H - Coming to America: Immigrants in U.S. History


4 Hour(s)
General Education H1 and CCD

One of the United States’ most cherished founding stories is that ‘we are a nation of immigrants.” Yet, anti-immigration sentiment, nativism, and ethnocentrism, manifested in law, discrimination, and violence, recur in that same history. How and why do these two things co-exist? This course will introduce students to the history of immigration and immigrants to the United States from the colonial period to the present, in order to better contextualize the debates of the twenty-first century.

FA odd years



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