2014 Summer Term
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INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES (DV)(GH)
An interdisciplinary introduction to the history, literature, art, and religion of Native Americans designed for students seeking a basic understanding of American Indians. Emphasis will be given to the contemporary scene.
MODERN BLACK AMERICAN HISTORY (DV) (GH)
A critical examination and analysis of the status and role of Black Americans in the United States since 1865.
A study of Wisconsin from its first settlement to the present day with emphasis upon the late nineteenth century and the twentieth century.
PUBLIC HISTORY INTERNSHIP
Study and work with a historical agency under the direction of a faculty supervisor. May include a related research project. Students will have the opportunity to combine academic learning with practical experience in the operation of a historical agency. Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits in the history major.