U.S. Nationalism and Internationalism, 1861-1945
Emphasis on domestic social issues and foreign relations during the Civil War, post-war Reconstruction, the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, World War I, the 1920s, the Great Depression, and World War II. Themes include war and reconstruction, federal and state relations, race, immigration, women’s suffrage, and the rise of U.S. power in the world.
HIST 243 C1
McKenzie, Beatrice L.
Course Format Description
A mixture of asynchronous activities (lecture, video) and online synchronous activities (discussion groups, research activities) during scheduled course times. Options will be available for students who cannot meet synchronously. Students on and off campus are welcome!