History | American History II
H106 | 13412 | Clegg
Above class open to all students
A portion of this class reserved for University Division Orientation
Need study skills help? Then contact the Student Academic Center
(855-7313) for on-line authorization for EDUC-X101 (Learning
Strategies for History, two additional credits) that will be offered
2:30-3:45 MW or 2:30-3:45 TR.
This course is a survey of United States history since the Civil War
(1865). It is concerned with major events in the recent American
experience, such as world wars, the Great Depression, and the Civil
Rights Movement, but will also focus attention on overarching
themes, such as race, gender, class, region, and technological
innovations, which have uniquely defined modern America.