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HIS 220 Immigration in American History


An exploration of immigration as an evolving social, legal, political, and cultural factor shaping the course of American history. Consideration is given to the personal experiences of immigrants from different societies, the forces that led them to leave, what they sacrificed to get to the United States, the forging of various ethnic identities and communities in the tapestry of American culture, and the roles immigrants have played in shaping American political, cultural, and economic life. Special attention is given to ongoing debates over American identity amid changing demographics along with varied responses to newcomers arriving from different parts of the world. 3 hour(s). HUM, DIV.



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