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HIST.3910 America and the World (Formerly 43.391)

Id: 035559 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


In an age of increasing globalization, historians realize the need for putting the American national narrative in a wider historical context. This course will help students locate the study of the United States in a global, comparative and transnational perspective. This course will be used as one of the courses needed by History majors in the global, comparative and under-represented areas of the major.

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