History | American History II
H106 | 3050 | Madison


Need study skills help?  Then register for Professor Madisonís
History H106 and contact the Student Academic Center (855-7313) for
on-line authorization for EDUC X101 (Learning Strategies for
History, 2 additional credits) that will be offered 2:30P TR.
				
Above section open to freshmen and sophomores only

H106 is an opportunity to study major features of the American
experience from the end of the Civil War down to the present. and to
think about the United States in different ways than you perhaps did
as a high school student.

The class will devote major attention to questions raised in these
areas:

1. The United States as a world power
2. Race, ethnicity, and gender
3. Political Reform
4. Big business and economic change
5. What is America? Is America like the rest of the world?

Course requirements include two weekly lectures and one weekly
discussion section, short essays, and three examinations.