HIST 351 - Indians and Empires in Early America
Next Offered: In a future term
Semester Offered: Second Semester
Credits: 4 credits
Attribute: 4SS, CD, WADV
This seminar interrogates the expressions and meanings of imperialism among the indigenous cultures of early America. From prehistoric Meso-America to colonial New France, from Comancheria to the power circles of London, Paris, Madrid and Washington, American Indians encountered, resisted, shaped, and spearheaded a host of imperial agendas and expansionist ambitions. The unforeseen results created new worlds for all.
Enrollment Limit: 12
Instructor: M. Bahar
Consent of the Instructor Required: Yes
Prerequisites & Notes: HIST 103 or HIST 285.
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