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ATLANTIC HISTORY (DV) (GH)

2016 Spring Term

3 Units [GHDV]

Race & Ethnic Cultures General 150

This course explores the Atlantic community created as a result of Christopher Columbus' voyage of 1492. It examines the process which drew together the history of four continents, Europe, Africa, North and South America as a result of the commerce, migrations, and imperial rivalries inititated by the Columbian encounter. The course, thus, focuses not only on the Atlantic Ocean itself as a frontier and zone of interaction but on the destruction and reconfiguration of Indigenous societies, the patterns of labor developed as a result of African slavery, the creation of new world societies, independence movements and different strategies of accommodation, resistance and rebellion.

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Section Details Meeting Details & Topic Instructor Syllabus
 
01-DIS 3846
3 Units [GHDV]
01/19 - 05/17 (1) MW 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Anthony Gulig
Adam Paddock
Bert Kreitlow
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