AAS 220. History of Sport: The African American Experience. 3 Hours.

A pivotal event in the history of the twentieth century, Hitler's Germany continues to elicit fascination, revulsion, and controversy. Dealing with this extraordinary and deeply disturbing historical phenomenon, the seminar explores the origin, nature, and demise of the Third Reich. Beginning with the rise of the National Socialism in Weimar Germany, it goes on to examine the Nazi seizure of power, the centrality of Hitler, the ideology and racial agenda of Nazism, and the destruction of the Reich in five years of war and genocide. These and other topics, such as popular opinion and everyday life, will be discussed from a variety of perspectives - cultural, political, and socioeconomic - to provide a broad interpretative framework for understanding the genesis, consolidation, and criminality of the Nazi State.

HIST 1311. HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES TO 1865. 3 Hours. (TCCN = HIST 1301)

featuring a choice of four films: Citizenfour; War on Whistleblowers, Silenced, and The Most Dangerous Man in America (U.S. 1945 - Current & the Press; the Law; Civics; SEL: Courage; Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Citizenship) [13+]


AAS 224. African American History Since 1865. 3 Hours.

HIST 1312. HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1865 TO PRESENT. 3 Hours. (TCCN = HIST 1302)

An investigation of the interaction between technological development, social and cultural change between the eighteenth-century Industrial Revolution and the unfolding Information Revolution of the present day. History majors may use the course to meet either their US or non-US course requirements.


African American/Black History – Best of History Web …

English history in the age of revolution. Topics include the consolidation of aristocratic power, nature of Parliament, rise of Empire and the American rebellion, the Industrial Revolution, the governance of Ireland, wars of the French Revolution and Napoleon, the challenge of democratic radicalism and the alternative of political reform or revolution.

History: American Civil War for Kids

Various aspects of the Second World War from American, European, and Asian perspectives. Origins of the conflict, U.S. mobilization, the Holocaust, the Soviet-German confrontation, and the legacy of the most devastating conflict in modern history.

American Racial History Timeline, 1960-2008 – …

The role of the Mexican American in the cultural and historical development of the United States with special emphasis on the Southwest. Offered as & ; credit will be granted only once.

American History Timeline - Andrew Roberts' Web Site

Representative Indian tribes within the continental limits of the United States from pre-history to the contemporary period. Special topics: tribal cultures, the impact of European contact, and the colonial and United States Indian policies.

Martin Luther King Day and the Perversion of American History

History of blacks in America from their African origins to 1865. Emphasis on early African society, American slavery, and the development of black institutions and culture in the U.S. Offered as and ; credit will be granted in only one department.