Freedom, Citizenship and the Making of American Life

HISTORY 163

This course is designed to introduce students to some of the major themes in American history. We will explore the emergence and expansion of the nation, changing meanings of freedom, of citizenship, of American identity, as well as major changes in the nation's economic structures, politics, social order and culture. Much of the reading and writing assignments will come from primary sources. This course satisfies the Introductory Survey requirement for the history major and minor.
Course Attributes: EN H; BU Hum; AS HUM; AS LCD; AS SD I; FA HUM; AR HUM; FA CPSC

Section 01

Freedom, Citizenship and the Making of American Life
INSTRUCTOR: Kastor
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Section A

Freedom, Citizenship and the Making of American Life
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Section B

Freedom, Citizenship and the Making of American Life
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Section C

Freedom, Citizenship and the Making of American Life
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Section D

Freedom, Citizenship and the Making of American Life
INSTRUCTOR: Kastor
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