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CAST 256 - Immigration in U.S. History


Semester Offered: First Semester
Full Course
Credits: 4 credits
Attribute: 4SS, CD

History of immigration and migration in the United States, from nineteenth to early twenty-first centuries. Includes international context of migration, migrants’ encounters with American society, policy responses, and significance of immigration in American culture. Also covers internal migrations such as the ‘Great Migration’ of blacks from the South. The aim is to provide introduction to major developments in the history of U.S. im/migration, historicize contemporary debates, and develop comparative understanding of experiences among Asians, Blacks, Europeans, Latinos.  Field trips required.

Enrollment Limit: 30
Instructor: S. Lee

Cross List Information: This course is cross-listed with HIST 256


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