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HIST0226

Civil Rights Revolution

The Civil Rights Revolution
A study of the quest for a more inclusive American polity in the twentieth century. The modern civil rights movement is the central focus, but this course offers more than a survey of events from Montgomery to Memphis. It explores the pre-World War II roots of the modern black freedom struggle, the impact of the heroic phase of the civil rights movement, and the ambiguous developments since 1970. This course employs a "race relations" perspective, stressing the linkages among the experiences of African Americans, whites, and other groups. (formerly HIST 0372) 2 hrs. lect., 1 hr. disc.
Subject:
History
Department:
History
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
CMP HIS NOR
Equivalent Courses:
HIST0114 *

Sections

Spring 2009

HIST0226A-S09 Lecture (Tropp)
HIST0226X-S09 Discussion (Tropp)
HIST0226Y-S09 Discussion (Tropp)
HIST0226Z-S09 Discussion (Tropp)

Spring 2008

HIST0226A-S08 Lecture (Tropp)
HIST0226X-S08 Discussion (Tropp)
HIST0226Y-S08 Discussion (Tropp)
HIST0226Z-S08 Discussion (Tropp)

Spring 2007

HIST0226A-S07 Lecture (Tropp)
HIST0226X-S07 Discussion (Tropp)
HIST0226Y-S07 Discussion (Tropp)
HIST0226Z-S07 Discussion (Tropp)

Spring 2006

HIST0226A-S06 Lecture (Tropp)
HIST0226X-S06 Discussion (Tropp)
HIST0226Y-S06 Discussion (Tropp)
HIST0226Z-S06 Discussion (Tropp)

Spring 2005

HIST0226A-S05 Lecture (Tropp)
HIST0226Y-S05 Discussion (Tropp)
HIST0226Z-S05 Discussion (Tropp)